(navigation image)
Home American Libraries | Canadian Libraries | Universal Library | Community Texts | Project Gutenberg | Children's Library | Biodiversity Heritage Library | Additional Collections
Search: Advanced Search
Anonymous User (login or join us)
Upload
See other formats

Full text of "Methuen High school yearbook"

■■■■■ 



i. *■.:■'; 







w 



L 9 


*' J 




o. 


a 


t£f 1 


«-" - 


2mL 


ai 




1 




-^■H ^P/- 


■ x % 


j5 


ff! 




fJL*?^! 


„ Vj« 


«P^ 


gr2 




■ 


ftT 




■1 



"SS^*! 




• ^ 



«Sf*^ 



•fV 



j 



S K I 



H 



J^* 1 !*"'^ 


if ' 








l<* 


#4, 


8f f <t 


i 




n 


S 


* 


a ¥ 


£ 


1 

5 


k 







ME r *A CENTER 

METH'>: •] HIGH SCHOOL 
ME ,oEN, MA 01844 



TENNEY MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL 
METHUEN, MASSACHUSETTS 



MEDIA CENTER 

METHUEN HIGH SCHOOL 

METHUEN, MA 01844 



THE 



CLASS OF I968 



PRESENTS . . . 




THE 
TORCH 



Stillness 
Fills the air- 
Kinetic, buoyant, promising stillness. 



ADMINISTRATION 



Voices 

Break the stillness- 

Unrepressed, unpretentious, happy voices. 



FACULTY 



Thoughts 
Launch the voices- 
Probing, searching, vital thoughts. 

Youth 

Excites the thoughts- 
Inviolate, untested, hopeful youth. 

Time 

Steals the youth- 
Impersonal, endless, fugitive time. 

Fulfillment 

Reshatters the stillness, 
recalls the voices, 
renews the thoughts, 
revives the youth, 
recaptures the time. 



SENIORS 



ATHLETICS 



ACTIVITIES 



MEMORIES 



Jennifer Smith 



i 





•i 



X 





IN DEDICATION 






His interest in us has not been limited to the school hours in his art classes. 
QJ W" \ ^ His immeasurable artistic advice and help have made our prom and many other 
school functions successful. His has been a gift of work, patience, and time. Even 
more significant is his vital concern for the education and character development 
of the students of Tenney High. It is with profound respect that we extend our 
sincere gratitude to Mr. Joseph Melia. 




A 
D 
M 

I 

N 

I 

S 

T 

R 

A 

T 

I 

O 

N 



"Education does not mean teaching people what 
they do not know ... It is a painful, continual and 
difficult work to be done by kindness, by watching, 
by warning, by precept, and by praise, but above 
all — by example." 



— Ruskin 




ARTHUR F. BAKER 
SUPERINTENDENT 




LESLIE BERNAL 
ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT 




URVILLEJ. 
BEAUMONT 

PRINCIPAL 



SECRETARIES 




REST 




MRS. FLORENCE BYRNE 




W. EARL LISTER 
ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL 




DOROTHY CHADWICK 
DEAN OF GIRLS 



GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT 



ALFRED N. LAW 








^ 




ALTON BAILEY 



JANET McLENNAN 



"A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influ- 
ence stops." 

Henry Brooks Adams 



FACULTY 




MISS EVELYN RUSHTON 




MR. THOMAS JENNINGS 




ENGLISH 





MRS. LILLIAN HERSHFIELD 



MRS. MILDRED MONROE 




MR. FRANK MURRAY 



Now, I'll tell you. men, when J_ played for Syracuse 



14 



AND SPEECH 




1 

I 4 


^ 












-^ 




■ 


m 




MR. 


PETER DUNCAN 




Well, why don't you get out there, then? 



MRS. DONNA HUGHES 






MRS. SHIRLEY 
HOVANASIAN 



MR. ALFRED JONES 



MRS. PATRICIA RUHMANN 



SCIENCE 






MR. JOHN ZIMINSKI 



MR. WILLIAM RUSSELL MR. PETER MAZZAGLIA 





MISS JOAN M. ZANNINI 



MR. JAMES McDERMOTT 




I don't even want to talk about it 



16 




MATH 



MR. ROBERT FRADETTE 




MISS MARJORIE SHERMAN 





A Feather-footed ballerina I am not! 




MRS. RUTH LOCKABY 




MRS. BARBARA SOUZA 



MR. RUSSELL SMITH 




MR. JOHN HEGGARTY 




4 



SOCIAL 




MR. JOHN RIMAS 





MISS ELIZABETH SMITH 




MR. JOHN HANNIGAN 




MR. DAVID WHITING 




MR. LEONARD RUSHTON 



STUDIES 





MR. JAMES SMITH 



MISS LOUISE SKIBA 





MR. KEITH BAKER 




MR. SHAUN GURRY 



Maybe I*m at the wrong party? 



LANGUAGE 
DEPARTMENT 




MR. GERARD E. GAGNE 





MRS. RACHEL MITCHELL 



MRS. CLAIRE DERBY 



f 





MISS MILDRED DINEEN 




MISS STELLA FARO 



20 



Tinnitus, tinnitus, semper tinnitus 







mmmmmmm 

MISS KATHLEEN DORAN 



BUSINESS 







MISS RUTH LANGE 






MRS. ANNE RANDONE 



MISS CLAIRE ST. PIERRE 



MISS JEAN PEARSON 




MRS. MARGARET MORGAN 




On vour mark, get set ... . lunch! 




MR. JOSEPH MELIA 




MR. MARTIN TARLAIAN 



ARTS AND 






MR. GEORGE F. WINN MR. PAUL 

CONSTANTINEAU 




MISS ALICE COULSON 



MR. JOHN O'WRIL 





1 \J 




flj 


T^m ~ ^ftfe 


•■'■ 






|| J 






m 5r 





22 



The Dynamic Duo — plus one! 



SKILLS 




MISS CAROL BAILEY 





MR. WILLIAM GOSSELIN 




MR. ALVIN HUEBNER 





MRS. MILDRED KERN 



MISS MARY SCHRUENDER MR. EDWARD KISSELL 




Ultra-Brite gives your mouth 



23 









S 


"Know then that the world exists for you ... All that 


N 


Adam had, all that Caesar could, you have and can do. 


W w 


Adam called his house, heaven and earth; Caesar called his 




house, Rome; you perhaps call yours, a cobbler's trade; a 




hundred acres of ploughed land; or a scholar's garret. Yet 




line for line and point for point your dominion is as great 


A 


as theirs, though without fine names. Build therefore your 


■ 


own world!" 


1 


— Emerson 


1 


from Essay "Nature" 





r 


R 




25 


i^^^Kmm^^^mmmmm^^amm 






<sr 






Alfred Abate 
"Boob" 



Karen Abbate 
"Gidget" 



Albert Abdallah 
"Camel Jockey" 




Michael C. Adams 
"Mich- 







Judith Allen 
"Judy" 



Steven Alliette 
"Steve" 



Jane Allston 
"Jani" 



26 






Gayle Andrews 
"Gayle" 



Nancy Appleyard 
"Nanc" 



David Archibald 
"Archie" 





Anne Asadoorian 
"Annie" 



James G. Audy 
"Jim" 






Dianne Ballargeon 
"Di" 



John M. Bajor 
"Baj" 



Elaine W. Baker 
"Quaker" 



27 






Linda L. Bardsley 



Marjorie Batchelder 
"Marge" 



Linda Bauchman 
"Bauchie" 





James A. Bean 
"Duke" 



Joanne Beaudoin 
"Jo- 






Raymond C. Beaumier 
"Ray" 



Catherine Bedrosian 
"Cathy" 



Heather Begg 
"Heather" 



28 






Edward M. Benson 
"Eddie- 



Marian Benson 

"Marty" 



Kathleen B. Bergii 
"Kathy" 





John Bevin 
"Johnny" 



Nancy C. Bingham 
"Nanc" 






Cheryl C. Bird 
"Cheryl" 



Sharon Blais 
"Sam" 



Catherine Blanchette 
"Cathy" 



29 







Judy Ann Blouin 

"Judy" 



James Boardman 
"Clod" 



Donald Bohondoney 



"Don" 





Eugene Borrelli 
"Gene" 



Ronald Borrelli 
"Ron" 






Cheryl Ann Boumila 
"Cheryl" 



Angla Bova 
"Angie" 



David Bowden 
"LSD." 



30 





Cheryl Boylan 
"Cheryl" 



Louise Brackett 
"Lucy" 



Ik 



Thomas J. Bresnahan 
"Chicken Bones" 








Charlotte M. Bruno 
"Charlie" 





Priscilla Budenas 
"Thumper" 



Joyce Buglione 
"Joy" 




Martin Bulmer 
"Marty" 



31 












Mary Jean Bunce 
"M.J." 



Arthur Burke 
"J.D.- 



Carol Burns 
"Carol" 





John Cahalane 
"J.C." 



Priscilla Caldon 
"Twiglet" 






William Callahan 

"Kelly- 



John V. Carney 
"Barney- 



Kathleen Carta 
"Kathy" 



32 






Patricia Castrios 



Judith Chapdelaine 
"Judy" 



Paula Chapman 
"Ruthy" 





Linda Chateauneuf 
"Lin" 



Carol Chiarenza 
"Cac" 




Jo-Elle Ciras 
"Jo" 



^3* *&f 



Frank A. Colizzi 
"Bongo" 




Dana K. Collins 
"Bugg" 



33 






Susan L. Congo 
"Sues" 



Elaine Cote 
"CoCo" 



Janice Marie Cote 
"Cap'n Crunch" 





Stella Croteau 
"Stell" 



Nina Dagher 
"Nina" 






Janet Davis 
"Shorty" 



Jeffrey Davis 
"Jeff- 



Frank DeAngelis 
"Frankie" 



34 






Pamela DeBurro 
"Squeak" 



Sandra DeChane 
"Sandy" 



Kathleen DeCola 
"Kat" 





Barbara De Gaspe 
"Bobbie" 



Donna DeGregorio 
"Donna" 







June DeGuglielmo 
"Dig" 



W^ 



> 4 



\ 



Carmen DelliColli 
"Bugs" 




Kathleen Marie DePari 
"Kathi" 



35 






Joseph DePetrillo 
"Pisan" 



Dennis Deschene 
"Den" 



Robert Deschene 
"Bob- 





Robert Desroche 
"Bob- 



Carol Dessinger 
"Love- 






William Dixoi 
"Bill- 



David A. Dolce 
"Mando" 



Denise Dole 
"Pineapple" 



36 




Lawrence Dole 
"Larry" 





Sharon Duquette 
"Duke" 





Jacqueline Earnsha\ 

"Jack" 



Sandra Ebert 
"Ebby" 






Janet Lee Eichler 
"Ike" 



Janice Faerber 
"Jan" 



Joyce Fallon 
"Joycie" 



37 






Robert Ferraro 
"Bob" 



Richard Feugill 
"Rich- 



Marie Fichera 
"Fish- 





Thomas H. Flanders 
"Superfish" 



Debra Fleming 
"Blondie" 






Russell Florenz 
"Rusty- 



Joseph Foley 
"Big Creep" 



Denise Marie Fontaine 
"Denise" 



38 






John Forrest 
"Ranger" 



Audrey Fraser 
"Aud" 



Dianne Freije 
"Dianne" 





Michael Gallant 
"Mike" 



Maureen Garrigan 
"Moe" 






Lillian E. Gillespie 
"Lil" 



Linda Goldblatt 
"Sunshine" 



Kathryn Gomes 
"Kathy" 



39 






Michael Gordor 
"Flash- 



Dennis Gormley 
"Den" 



Michael Grassi 

"Mike- 





Edward Grealish 
"Ed- 



Frank Grelle 
"Frankie" 






Kathrine Griva 
"Kath" 



Susan E. Gross 
"Buzzy" 



Michael Gueli Jr. 
"Mike" 



40 






Keith Gustartis 
"TeTe" 



Scott Guthrie 
"Country" 



Joyce M. Haddad 
"Joycie" 





Jennifer Haldane 
"Jef" 



Catherine D. Hamel 
"Cathy" 






Michael Hamel 
"Bone" 



Edward Hapshe 
"Ted- 



David Hargreaves 
"Dave" 



41 






Robert Harnisch 
"Bob- 



Linda Barbara Heffernan 
"Crash" 



Maureen Hemmerle 
"Moe" 





Richard Hemmerle 
"Dick- 



Edward J. Higgins III 
"Buzz" 





Sharon Higton 
"Jell-O" 



Robert F. Hillis 
"Birdman of Tenney High' 




42 






Anne Marie Hoehn 
"Ann" 



Marie K. Hoepfner 
"Marie" 



Richard A. Hoffman 
"Rick- 





Linda J. Hollins 
"Linda" 



Sharon Houle 
"Pennelope" 






William N. Hovanasian 
"Hovy" 



Sharon Ann Howaniec 
"Horace" 



Linda Howard 
"Lin" 



43 






Robert G. Huettner 
"Bob- 



Marie Jacobucci 
"Little Twin" 



Phyllis Jacobucci 
"Phil- 





Mary Jane Jennings 
"Cupid" 



Kathleen Jennings 
"Hippy- 






Fred Joseph 
"Kraut" 



Katherine Joy 
"Kathy" 



Judy S. Kmiec 
"Mouse" 






Richard Kobrenski 
"Rick- 



Linda D. Koczat 
"Lin" 



Michael Koczat 
"Thing" 





Sheila Marie Kolba 
"Sheila" 



Daniel Kolifrath 
"Danny Vet" 






JoAnn Kopczynski 
"Jo- 



Robert J. Korsak 
"Bob" 



Ilga Kuceris 
"Uga" 



45 





I 




John Kuncho 
"John" 





Christine T. LaCharite 

"Chrissie" 





Maureen Lacroix 

"Moe" 



Catherine Lafitte 
"Cathy" 






James Lafond 
"Jim" 



Paula Ann Lahey 
"Jerlie" 



Christine LaMonica 
"Hank" 



46 




James Landry 
"Jimmy" 





Gary Laperriere 
"Gary" 



Linda Lauretta 
"Lin" 




Regina Lavallee 
"Reggie" 




William Learned 
"Willie" 



iti 



Dennis Leocata 
"Leo" 





Janice Lesperance 
"Jan" 



47 






Claire M. Levasseur 
"Clair de lune" 



Gregory L'Heureux 
"Lash" 



Linda Limanni 
"Lyn" 




Susan J. Lipton 
"Susie" 







John Lockaby 
"Lock" 



Lorraine Longo 
"Lorry" 



Janice LoPizzo 
"Jan" 



48 






John William Lough 
"J.L." 



Daniel Majkut 
"Dan" 



Robert Maksian 
"Bob- 





Donna Lee Malcolm 
"Don" 



Therese Malley 
"Terry" 






Dennis Marcello 
"Marsh" 



Richard Mariano 
"Dick" 



James G. Matseas 
"Demetrius" 



49 






Joyce C. Matthes 
"Shortest" 



Lawrence McAnespie 
"Larry" 



Patricia McGravey 
"Spunkie" 








Judith Ann McGuire 
"Judy" 



Christine McKenzie 
"Elephant" 






Maryanne McPherson 
"Kitten" 



Michael McRobbie 
"Mike" 



Joseph Medici 
"Zog" 



50 






Anne P. Melnicki 
"Ankles" 



Maureen M. Melnicki 
"Moe" 



Marilyn Mendes 
"Mai" 





Janice J. Mendonsa 
"Jan" 



Carl J. Mesrobian 
"Carlton" 





Brian Messer 
"Bri" 



dik 



Stephen Michaud 




"Steve" 



Peter C. Miele Jr. 
"Butch" 






Linda M. Milius 
"Frankie" 



Patricia Minahan 
"Par 



Patricia Moran 
"Pat" 







Sheryl Morgan 
"Morg" 







William Morrissey 

"Mogy" 



Karen M. Moses 
"Karen" 



Maryann Murach 
"Murch" 



52 






James Murray 
"Jimmy" 



John Nastasia 
"Johnny" 



Clifford Nelson 
"Stiff- 





Ronald Nicholson 
"Nick- 



Philip Nicolosi 
"V.W.- 






Patrick O'Brien 
"Pat- 



Kevin O'Connell 
"Dumb Dumb- 



William T. O'Dowd 
"Billy" 



53 






Patrick O'Sullivan 
"Pat" 



Thomas O'Sullivan 
"Tom" 



Michael Ouellette 
"Mike" 





Patricia Paolino 
"Trish" 



Doreen Paplaskas 

"Pappy" 




-X 






Kerry Rose Pappalardo 
"Chipmunk" 



Rosemary Parisi 
"Rose" 



Barbara Lee Parolisi 
"Barb" 



54 






Anne Marie Pelletier 
"Anne" 



Joanne Pelletier 
"Joannie" 




I 



Afe 



Charles A. Piazza 
"Pizza" 



Richard Pelletier 
"Dickie" 




Guy Piccirillo 
"Pic" 






55 





S3* *S» 



Robert Raymond 
"Rasputin" 



+,k 



David J. Remick 




'Dave' 



Linda L. Renner 
"X" 





' 



John Richer 
"Joey" 



Nancy Joan Riley 
"Ralph" 




Patricia Robillard 
"Patti" 





Michael Rogelis 
"Mike" 



56 






Cheryl Rossi 
"Little Bo Peep' 



William Rousseau 
"Bill" 



Michael Roy 
"Mike" 





Martin Rubeo 
"Chipper" 



Sandra Rudnicki 
"Sandy" 






Nancy Ruffen 
"Nan" 



Sally Runions 
"Tilly- 



Patricia St. Jean 
"Pat" 



57 






Paul St. Onge 
"Paul" 



Deborah Samia 
"Sam" 



Carol Sammataro 
"Carol" 





Lewis A. Sanderson 
"Louie" 



Carol Santagati 
"Carol" 






Linda Ann Savinelli 
"Savage" 



Mark Schelling 
"Mark" 



Roger Schelling 
"Roger" 



58 




Sherrie-Dee Schubert 
"Sherry" 





a 




Paul Sharrock 
"Paul" 





« 



44 



Cheryl Ann Shea 
"Mitch" 



Glenn Taylor Shinner 
"Glenn" 



Sheila Rae Siatkowski 
"Sheila" 






Richard Lee Sicard 
"Dick- 




James A. Skea 
"Jim" 



59 




► v 





Jennifer A. Smith 
"Jen" 



Thomas Smith 
"Tom" 



Jeffrey Snow 
"Jeff" 





Barbara Somma 
"Barb" 



Steven Stapleton 
"Steve" 




w2& 



Linda A. Stepanian 
"Teddy-Bear" 



Wilford Stone 
"Billy" 




60 




Patricia Sykes 
"Pat" 




Priscilla Sykes 
"Penny" 





Norman Tardugno 
"Tar" 




Diane A. Tevanian 
"T-Bone" 



Thomas Tine 
"Tom" 










-J 



Linda Tomaski 
"Tomaski" 



44 



George Tombarello 
"Mr. Wade" 




Roger Tremblay 
"Ramjet" 



61 






Linda Vancoppenolle 
"Van" 



Eileen Vigneault 
"Legs" 





Janet L. Wade 
"Georgie-Girl" 



John Wade 
"Weed" 






Saundra Waithe 
"Sandie" 



Susan Waitkewich 
"Mia" 



Karen Walton 
"Sam" 



62 






Michael Wareing 
"Mike" 



Patricia Waring 
"Trisha" 



John C. Welch 
"Jack" 





Kenneth Wetmore 
"Ken" 



O 

Sandra L. Wilson 
"Sandy" 






Alfred H. Woodhead 
"Al" 



Catherine Wright 
"Katie" 



Richard A. Wunderlich 
"Rich" 



63 






Arthur Wyman 
"Artie" 



Stephen Your 
"Chip- 



Cheryl Zakia 

"Trake" 





Joyce Ann Zanfagna 
"Jinx" 



Susan R. Zurwell 
"Millie" 



SHY SENIORS 



Joseph Bacigolupo 
Gerald Baril 
Robert Carrier 
Richard Chaisson 



Linda Cloutier 
David Delano 
Marc Gioseffi 
Elizabeth Greer 



James Nadeau 
Michael Sioufi 
William Torla 
Herbert Towler 



64 




SENIOR CLASS ADVISOR 

MR. WILLIAM RUSSELL 



65 



NOT IN THE CLAMOR OF THE 

CROWDED STREET, 
NOT IN THE SHOUTS AND PLAUDITS 

OF THE THRONG, 
BUT IN OURSELVES, ARE TRIUMPH 

AND DEFEAT. 

-LONGFELLOW 




67 



FOOTBALL 67 





CO-CAPTAINS RLSS FLORENZ AND DAN KOLIFRATH 



BACKFIELD COACH DON SARETTE, HEAD COACH ED KISSELL, 
AND LINE COACH JAMES SMITH 




FIRST ROW (L to R): R. Carrier, D. Majkut, W. 0"Dowd, F. Collizzi, 
R. Florenz, D. Kolifrath, R. Deschene, S. Michaud, M. Koczat, G. 
L'Heureux. SECOND ROW: R. Luciano, K. Hyde, J. Karvounis, M. 
Angelari, R. Valcourt, D. Simili, R. Ouellette, R. Gallagher, R. Schmidt, 
V. Luccisano. THIRD ROW: P. Karpowicz, R. Bradish, R. Conley, N. 



Dowd, R. Maksian, T. Greenwood, T. Martin, B. Joseph, J. Scott, D. 
Leocata. FOURTH ROW: Managers J. Hoffman, J. Whittemore, R. 
Crawley, and K. Bean, D. Hargreaves, R. Kobrenski, J. Nicolosi, E. 
Munroe, R. DiNatale, Student trainer L. Dole. 



68 




SENIORS 







BURLINGTON 

CHELMSFORD 

WILMINGTON 

BILLERICA 

NORTH ANDOVER 

MARLBORO 

TEWKSBURY 

ANDOVER 

DRACUT 



KEN 
(tackle 



69 






DAN AND BILL 
(guard) (tackle) 




70 






GREG AND DAVE 

(end) (halfback) 



RICK AND BOB 

(halfback) (end) 




1 1 



WE ARE 






JlXM 






THE RANGERS!" 



72 



FOOTBALL QUEEN 




CHRIS LAMONICA. QUEEN JUDY AEEEN. LINDA BARDSI EV 




73 



FIELD HOCKEY 




FRONT: Mimi Hyde. Sue Zurwell, Pam Kus, Nancy Appleyard, Dianne Kluk, Joelle Ciras; BACK: Coach 
Bailey, Manager Linda Tomaski, Sherrill Howard, Linda Howard, Judy Allen, Justine Fugge, Audrey Fraser, 
Manager Dianne Baillargeon. 



CAPTAINS 



MANAGERS 





Appleyard, Miss Baik 



ski and Dianne Baillargeon 



74 



SENIORS 




Pam, Nancy, and Judy 





Linda and Joelle 



Sue and Audrey 




RECORD 

Methuen 5 Tewksbury 

Methuen 1 Billerica 

Methuen 5 Dracut 

Methuen 2 Salem 

Methuen 2 Wilmington 

Methuen 2 Chelmsford 

Methuen North Andover 

Methuen 1 Andover 

Methuen Salem 



Pat and Cathy 



75 



CROSS 
COUNTRY 




ETHUEN 






24 


SALEM N.H 


.. 30 


ETHUEN 




. 44 


NO. ANDOVER. . 


.. 17 


ETHUEN 




. 37 


ANDOVER 


.. 19 


ETHUEN 






39 


WILMINGTON . . 


.. 16 


ETHUEN 






50 


CHELMSFORD . . 


.. 15 


ETHUEN 






23 


AUSTIN PREP . . 


.. 32 


ETHUEN 






27 


BURLINGTON . . 


. . 30 


ETHUEN 






43 


BILLERICA 


. . 20 


ETHUEN 






34 


TEWKSBURY . . . 


.. 27 


ETHUEN 






20 
WON-4 


DRACUT 

LOST-6 


..40 



W€' W\V£%-^i< 



CAPTAIN STEVE ALLIETTE AND 
COACH GOSSELIN 




FRONT ROW (L to R)l: J. Kuncho, R. Tremblay, J. Cahalane, S. Gilbert, D. Collins, P. Andrukitis, J. Yanagi, J. Monti, R. Donovan, J. 
Alliette, J. Forrest, J. Lafond, J. Welch. BACK ROW (L to R): B. Reuter, Coach Gosselin. 



76 




JOHN, JOHN, AND ROGER 



SENIORS 




t^Tiv V y VV V v v v'v V « V U Y l V V Y" 




JACK, JOHN, AND JIM 



77 



BASKETBALL 




FRONT ROW (L to R): J. Lafond, R. Brown, M. Grassi, J. Carney, R. Nicholson, J. Forrest. MIDDLE 
ROW: R. Hoffman, K. Hyde, J. Welch, R. Carrier, J. Yanagi, Coach Rimas. BACK ROW: J. Bajor, B. 
Gilbert, B. Blaney, W. Correia, J. Karvounis, T. Greenwood. 



78 




SENIORS 





RECORD 



Methuen . . 


..53 


Methuen . . 


..56 


Methuen . . 


..55 


Methuen . . 


..50 


Methuen . . 


..51 


Methuen . . 


..69 


Methuen . . 


..47 


Methuen . . 


.. 51 


Methuen . . 


. .58 


Methuen . . 


..42 


Methuen . . 


..54 


Methuen . . 


..68 


Methuen . . 


..59 


Methuen . . 


.. 54 


Methuen . . 


..72 


Methuen . . 


..57 


Methuen . . 


..80 


Methuen . . 


..59 


Methuen . . 


..52 


Methuen . . 


..69 



N. Andover 65 

Billerica 37 

Wilmington 41 

Dracut 56 

Andover 49 

St. Joseph's 56 

Tewksbury 49 

Burlington 50 

Chelmsford 80 

N. Andover 49 

Billerica 40 

Wilmington 69 

Dracut 54 

Andover 59 

St. Joseph's 73 

Tewksbury 65 

Burlington 63 

Keith 60 

Chelmsford 61 

Keith 82 



WON-8 



LOST- 12 




79 





JACK 




GIRLS'BASKETBALL 




FIRST ROW: Debbie Samia, Kathy Nelson, Cathy Bedrosian, Sue Zurwell, Judy Allen, Pam Kus; SECOND 
ROW: Sandie Waithe, Chris Lamonica, Lynn Hoehn, Jennifer Smith, June DeGuglielmo, Donna DeGre- 
gorio; THIRD ROW: Coach Bailey, Patty Paine, Carol MeCracken, Dianne Kluk. 



CAPTAINS 




Co-captain Cathy Bedrosian, Miss Bailey, Co-captain Sue Zurwell. 




Cathy 



SENIORS 



Judy 







83 




SENIORS 








«a::: xssSB&i 








Pl 








85 




CHEERLEADERS 



FRONT: Marie Fichera, Janet Eichler, Linda Vancoppenolle, Joyce Fallon, Kathy Joy, Gayle Andrews, Jane 
Rozzi; BACK: Nancy Nicholson, Barbara Wunderlich, Peggy Tevanian, Nancy Young, Claudia Worster, 
Marsha Apkarian. 








Gayle 



SENIORS 



Marie 




MAJORETTES 

in 




FRONT: Captain Nancy Ruffen; BACK: Lorraine Longo, Sharon Hig- June DeGuglielmo, Maureen Burke, Linda Mundry, Carol Adamson, 

ton, Chris McKenzie, Janet Auclair, Franny Tully, Claudette Girard, Joyce Haddad, Susan Lipton. 




SENIORS 





Joyce 




£J"J* 




90 



A 

C 

T 

I 

V 

T 
I 

S 



"DOST THOU LOVE LIFE? 
THEN DO NOT SQUANDER TIME; 
FOR THAT'S THE STUFF LIFE 
IS MADE OF." 

-FRANKLIN 




SENIOR 
CLASS OFFICERS 



Secretary Christine LaMonica 

President Dan Kolifrath Vice President Fred Joseph 

Treasurer Jennifer Haldane 



92 



JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

iiiinrajlL 1 ' 




Treasurer Margeret Donahue, President Ken Hyde, Secretary Lucy Coco, Vice President Jeff Yanagi 



SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 

Hj 




93 



STUDENTCOUNCIL 




Officers: rear, Cheryl Zenevitch, publicity, Mrs. McClennan, advisor, secretary, Janice Mendonza, treasurer, Joanne Pellitier, president 
Ann Zaccari, corresponding secretary, front, Linda Heffernan, recording 




1st row— C. Zenevitch, L. Heffernan, J. Pellitier, J. Mendonza, A. Zac- Bruno, A. Allston, J. DiPoalo. 3rd row— N. Young, M. Tobia, J. Apple 
:an. 2nd row— Mrs. McClennan, M. Hyde, J. Fallon, J. Carney, P. yard, N. Appleyard. 



94 



HONOR SOCIETY 




The Tenney Chapter of the Na- 
tional Honor Society takes an ac- 
tive part in school activities. Every 
year the Society offers at low cost 
to the students and teachers a wide 
selection of books in various fields 
of interest. The books are sold at 
the annual book fair in November 
and during the year at the book- 
mobile. 



Officers: Judy Allen, treasurer, Glenn Shinner, vice president, Russ Florenz, president, Mr. Gagne, advisor, 
Jennifer Smith, historian, Kathy Bergin, secretary. 




1st row — J. Allen, G. Shinner, R. Florenz, J. Smith, K. Bergin. 2nd 
row— Mr. Gagne, C. Lafitte. G. Andrews, C. Levasseur, D. Frieje, M. 



Murach, S. Wilson, L. Leslie, L. Heffernan, J. Eichler. 3rd row — S. 
Siatkowski, J. Lockaby, J. Bajor, J. Boardman, R. Korsak, P. Moran. 



95 



BLUES WHITE STAFF 




L' - 



l-r: Editorial staff- rear- Susan Waitkew.ch, Claire Levasseur, Glenn Shinner, front- Patricia Moron, Mary 

Ann Murach, Mr. Duncan. 



fy I Mill _i 

Il,1!lsi te! 

1 - ■ 




M I .;" "' 



96 



-r: Cheryl Morgan, Linda Renner, John Lockaby, Janet Eichler. 



Page One 



XIMW i. 




l-r: rear-Deborah Apkarian, Charlene Chulada, Mary Barry front: 
Claire Levasseur (editor), Gayle Andrews, Christine LaMonica. 



rear-Catherine Stetson, Diane Boduin, Ilga Kuceris, Gail Schwartz, 
Nancy Appleyard. front-Catherine Lafitte, Patricia Moran (editor), 
Linda Leslie. 



Page Three 




J llllllllllll J i it;' Ui ! L u "».! ILM 1 1 




l-r: rear- Maryanthe Matseas, Peter Miele, Janice Coty, Judy Scott, 
Linda Goldblatt, Ann Zaccari. front-Vanessa Analora, Helen Bosco, 
Susan Waitkewich (editor), Andrea AJlston, Lorraine Longo. 



Page Four 



l-r: rear- Richard Hoffman, James Boardman, Fred Joseph. front- 
Nancy Young, Marsha Apkarian, Glenn Shinner, (editor), Joanne 
Kerry. 




97 



ART CLUB 



Every year the Art Club plays 
an important part in school ac- 
tivities; it not only decorates for 
such important functions as the 
Senior Play and Prom, but also 
makes the cafeteria decorations 
and the many posters so com- 
monly found along the corri- 
dors. Memership involves a lot 
of hard work and an awful lot of 
fun! 




Officers: Mr. Melia, advisor, Michael Ouelette, president, Janet Eichler, vice president. Standing, Linda 
Bardsley, secretary, and Debbie Samia, treasurer. 




1st row- S. Duquette, C. Griva, J. Pitman, B. Somma, D. Samia, 
J. Eichler, M. Ouellette, L. Bardsley, J. Pelletier. S. Lipton. J. 
Mendonza. M. McPhearson, M. Hefner. 2nd row- K. Bergin. C. 
Shea, J. Fallon. N. Applevard. D. Tevanian. J. Beaudoin. D. 
DeGregorio. R. Lavallee, E. Baker. K. Jov. J. Haddad, K. 
Blanchette, Mr. Melia. 3rd row- J. kniiec. K. DiPari. M. Bunce, 



S. Howaniec. J. Wade. L. Lauretta, L. Savenelli, C. Rossi, L. 
Koczat, S. Morgan. D. Fontaine, L. Longo. 4th row- L. Van- 
copennelle, M. Munich. C. LaMonica, P. Kus, G. Tomberello, F. 
Joseph, C. Bedrosian. L. I.imanni. N. Ruffen. J. DiGuglielmo. 
5th row- D. Hird. M. Roy, J. Welch. J. Wade. J. Carney. G. 
Shinner, K. Wet more. D. Kolifrath. J. Lockaby, D. Sestini. 



BUSINESSCLUB 




Officers: rear- Jane AJlston, treasurer; Sheryl Morgan, secretary; front- Mrs. Randone, advisor; Michael 
Ouellette, president; Lorraine Longo, vice-president. 




rear- 1-r: L. Limanni, J. Ciras, K. Wright, K. Moses, S. Wilson, C. Litwin, 
A. Assadorian, D. Baillargeon. third- P. Paolino, M. Jacobucci, J. Beau- 
doin, L. Savinelli, L. Koczat, L. Lauretta, P. Jacobucci, D. Dole, Mrs. 
Randone. second row- D. Fontaine, D. Morin, A. Bova, J. LoPizza, J. 



Pelletier, M. Hemmerle, M. Jennings, M. Mendes, C. Boylan. front- M. 
Fichera, P. St. Jean, L. Longo, M. Ouellette, C. Morgan, J. AJlston, B. 
DeGaspe, C. Dessinger, K. DiPari 



99 



METHUEN HIGH SCHOOL 
CADET CORPS 




Senior officers 1st row left to right: D. Hargreaves, J. Lockaby, R. 
Korsak, G. Shinner, R Feugill, L. Dole, Mr. Huebner. 2nd row- D. 
Remiek, R. Deschane. P. Sharrock, E. Hapshe, D. Archibald, D Collins, 



M. Ouellette, A Abdallah 3rd row- R. Huettner, G. L'lteureux, W 
Stone, D. Leocata, J. Matseas, M. Adams, D. Bohondony 4th row- T. 
Smith, M Rogelis, R. Beaumier, P. Miele, K. Wetmore 




100 







1-r: rear- R. Hoffman, T. Bresnehan, J. Boardman, R. Brown, R. Des- 
chane, R. Feugill, T. Flanders, R. Korsak. fourth row- F. Joseph, R. 
Florenz, C. Mesrobian, J. Lockaby, D. Collins, W. Rousseau, F. Colizzi, 
P. Nicolosi, R. Maksian. third row- J. DeGuglielmo, I. Kucherus, J. 
Faerber, A. M. Hoehn, M. Murach, P. Moran, L. Leslie, C. LaMomca, 
J. Cote, L. Renner, S. Siatkowski, M. Benson, second row- C. Lafitte, J. 



Ernshaw, C. Descenger, G. Andrews, P. Chapman, C. Rossi, M. Mel- 
nicki, S. Howaniec, C. Joy, D. Samia, J. Pitman, L. Heffernan, Mrs. 
Hershfield. front- J. Davis, J. Buglioni, S. Duquette, L. Goldblatt, A. 
Frazer, K. Bergin, J. Allen, G. Shinner, S. Lipton, D. Frieje, C. Levas- 
seur, M. MacPhearson, C. Zakia. 




Officers: l-r; rear- Claire Levasseur, re- 
cording secretary; Susan Lipton, corre- 
sponding secretary; Diane Freije, 
treasurer; Kathleen Bergin, publicity, 
front- Mrs. Hershfield, advisor; Glen 
Shinner, president; Judith Allen, 
vice-president. 



102 



COLLEGE CLUB 






FOLK MUSIC CLUB 




Front (left to right) Miss Zannini, Nancy Appleyard, Michael Koczat, Sharon Steeb, Susan Krikorian, 3rd row- Michael Tobia, Carl Goulet, 
Paula Chapman, Jack Appleyard 2nd row- Joanne Walthers, Lucy Coco, Paul Wienstein, James Karvounis, James Ford, Fred Joseph. 




1st row- Jacqueline Earnshaw, Heather Begg. Maryanne Mac- Santo. Maureen Hyde. 3rd row- Jean Nassar, Ann Marie Pi 
Phearson, Linda Heffernan. Joyce Haddad, 2nd row- Joanne zano, Alexis Korbey, Susan Gallagher. Patricia Ryan. 
DiPoalo. Pat Pizzano. Terry Kobrenski, Joyce Fallon. Marie 



103 



OUR 




Officers: Heather Begg, Fred Joseph, Ron Simoes, Richard Hoffman, Linda Heffernan. 



104 



BAND 




:> I 






A common sight at the football games and 
rallies during the school year is our band, under 
the direction of Mr. Martin Tarlaian. The band 
also takes part in several holiday parades in 
Methucn and the annual Field Day in Lowell. 
The band, like anything else, has its good points 
(like skipping practice to roam the halls . . .) and 
its bad points (such as playing in the rain at the 
Thanksgiving Day game . . .). Altogether, we feel 
that the band adds a great deal of school spirit 
to the activities it participates in! 




-H, 



Mr. Martin Tarlaian 



105 




Does she ever stop talking? 



v/ Y 


> 


s 


cr-i 


3/ ^m\ j 3§ 




1 


« .^^yjLj/' 





106 





in "M", did you say?' 



GLEE CLUB 




Officers: Rear- Cheryl Rossi, Secretary; Sharon Howaniec, Treasurer; Front- Barbara Somma, vice-president; 
Mary Jean Bunce, President. 




rear- P. Castnos, M. Benson, I. Kuceris, M. Melnicki, L. Donaldson, A. Saccuzzo, A.M. Fiarella, C. Dessinger, G. Mgrdchian. front- C. Rossi, 
Assadorian, S. Stabile, middle- J. Smargie, S. Duquette, A. Bova, C. B. Somma, M. J. Bunce, S. Howaniec, S. Hartung. 
Chiarenza, M. Jacobbuci, P. Zarzour, M. McPhearson, L. Hollins, R. 



107 



FRENCH CLUB 




Among its other activities, 
the French Club prepares an an- 
nual exhibit for National Edu- 
cation Week. This year's exhibit 
was on French painters and 
their paintings. One of this 
year's field trips was a special 
matinee of "Gone With the 
Wind" at the Cinema Show- 
case. 



Officers: front- Mr. Gagne, advisor, Linda Goldblatt, president, Jacqueline Earnshaw, Standing, Jacqueline 
Roy, Susan Krikorian, Mananthe Mathes. 




1st row- C. Lafitte, M. Apakarian, M. Matheses, J. Earnshaw, L. Gold- 
blatt, L. Coco. J. Roy, J. Fleming, Mr. Gagne. 2nd row- D. Apakaknan, 
C. Chiarenza, M. McPhearson, D. Frieje, P. Chapman, S. Gross, J. 
Blouin, G. Andrews, P. Weinstein. 3rd row- S. Stable, K. Bergin, L. 



Heffernan, L. Vancoppennelle, J. Walthers, S. Howaniec, S. Lipton, A. 
Giragosian, 4th row- P. Tevenian, N. Young, P. Hoehn, G. Schwartz, P. 
Caldon, S. Steeb, A. Hoehn, P. Bruno, P. Perrillo. 



GERMAN CLUB 




Officers: rear (I. to r.) Corr. Sec. Janet Eichler, Vice President Russ Florenz, Rec. Sec. Judy Allen, Front 
Miss Dinteen, President, Jennifer Smith, and Treasurer James Boardman. 



^^uLl ' y 




^_A_£ 


B jHiI 


/ 


Ifljjp- 


■^^^■V 


U" 


QpK 


r 


' CjII 


* V P^ 


Ba# 


\ * 


Wj 






ILwJI 


L 


JPll c^J 






^ ^^F m 


W^mUmp^Lm 













1st row- E. Pathum, M. Findeison, J. Allen, J. Boardman, J. Smith, R. 
Florenz, J. Eichler, D. Bochman, S. Deschene. 2nd row- C. Johnston, L. 
Stepanian, I. Kuceris, L. Leslie, S. Steeb, M. Benson, M. Barry, M. 
Bunce, Miss Dineen. 3rd row- J. Faeber, L. Flockerzi, M. Murach, J. 



Melnicki, J. Cote, L. Renner, M. Melnicki. S. Siatkowski. 4th row- N. 
Dowd. R. Maksian, H. Chadwick, R. Shaw. 5th row- J. Monti, S. Bajor, 
R. Najarian, T. Flanders, P. Rock, M. Garabedian, F. Joseph. 



109 



ITALIAN CLUB 




rear- C. Joy, S. Weshenko, C. Girardi, S. Zurwell, C. Rossi, 
middle- S. Hamel. P. Pizzano, N. Nicholson, L. Archambault. 
N. Appleyard, D. DiGregorio, M. MacPhearson, Miss Faro. 



front- P. DeBurro, J. DeGuglielmo, G. L'Heureux, J. Haddad, 
J. Fallom. D. Samia. 



LATIN CLUB 




l-r: rear- R. Crawley, J. Towler, W. McEvoy, J. Calabrese, R. 
Conley. R. McCann, R. English, middle- Mrs. Derby, S. Daly. 
M. Scott, M. Ford, R. Dominico, J. Auclair, D. Donahue, S. 



Radcliffe. front- D. Gioseffi, J. Ford, W. Heffernan, T. Rubeo. 
B. Joseph, D. Frasca. 



110 



Hlufj 

i 





rear- J. Whittemore, J. Scott, J. Montefusco, M. Bean, middle- M. Tobia, R. Hargreaves, J. Kerry, D. 
Maroon, J. Appleyard, front- Mrs. Derby, S. Simpson, G. San Antonio, M. Tinney. 

SPANISH CLUB 




-r: Stefanie Simpson, G. San Antonio, M. Tinney, Sherrill Howard. 
Officers 



I I I 




rear- R. Hoffman, ? R. Brown, J. Bajor, J. Boardman. 
R. Florenz, P. Weinstein, fourth- R. Korsak, P. Nicolosi, C. 
Mesrobian, C. Goulet. W. Rousseau, J. Lockaby, S. Bajor, J. 
DePetrillo, F. Joseph, D. Collins, third- S. Siatkowski, M. Mu- 
rach, J. Cote, S. Steeb, J. Allen, C. LaMonica, L. Leslie, L. 



Renner, A. M. Hoehn. second- J. Walther, P. Chapman, C. Joy, 
J. Smith, C. Chiarenza, J. Faerber, G. Schwartz, M. Benson, 
J. Fallon, D. Freije, Mr. Fradette. front- C. Lafitte, C. John- 
ston, G. Shinner, C. Levasseur, M. Apkarian, G. Andrews, L. 
Heffernan, L. Liberfarb, A. Zaccari, J. Blouin. 



Officers- rear- Claire Levasseur, Glenn 
Shinner, Linda Heffernan, front- Mr. 
Fradette, Gayle Andrews, Marsha Ap- 
karian. 



Our Math Club participates in 
the regional math meets which is 
affiliated with MAML. Represen- 
tatives of our school compete by 
computing certain problems set up 
by MAML. The competition is 
very rewarding and our club has 
represented our school well. 




MATH CLUB 



112 



PHYSICS CLUB 




Officers: Joseph DePetrillo, Janice Cote, Carl Mesrobian rear, Mr. Russell, advisor. 







jgjj'^ <% Jl^. * 


L t f f 


H^fl^JI ? tM ff^ll / 


CV.n . 


WW'^f^ ' i » Mil 


1 W' tH 



1st row- C Levassuer, A. Hoehn, J. Allen, J. DePetrillo, J. Cote, C. 
Mesrobian, M. Murach, S. Siatkowski, P. Chapman. 2nd row- C. Lafitte, 
M. Benson, P. O'Brien, R. Mariano, W. Russo, J. Lockaby, R. Maksian, 
D. Frieje, G. Andrews, Mr. Russell. 3rd row- J. Snow, D. Collins, G. 



Goulet, R. Sicara, R. Feugill, R. Hoffman, R. Korsak, M. Waring. 4th 
row- F. Joseph, T. Breshnahan, R. Florenz, J. Boardman, J. Bajor, R. 
Brown, G. Shinner, R. Huettner, S. Alliette. 



113 




1-r: rear- J. Carney, A. Burke, M. Grassi, J. Bajor, J. Forrest, R. Nichol- man, W. Rousseau, F. Colizzi, J. Cahalan, R. Trembley, Mr. Rimas. 

son, R. Feugill. third row- S. Dsgood, B. J Gilbert, T. Flanders, M. front- C. Mesrobian, J. Snow, B. Blaney, R. Deschane, R. Florenz, R. 

Kozat, S. Dyer, J. Karvonis, K. Wetmore, S. Alliete, W. McGurran, Brown, J. Yanagi, K. Hyde, P. Privatera. 
second row- W. Cahalan. R. Mariano, D. Leicata, D. Collins, R. Hoff- 




Officers- rear- Brian Blaney, Robert 
Brown, front- Mr. Rimas, Russell Flor- 
enz, Robert Deschane. 



114 



RANGER SPORTSMEN CLUB 




These seven Tenney High 
School Students par- 
ticipated in a Chinese pro- 
gram given at Philips 
Academy in Andover.. 



rear- Verna Sheheen, Ann Zaccari, Paul Weinstein, Louise Liberfarb. front- Gayle Schwartz, Kathy Holland, 
Andrea Allston. 

EXCHANGE STUDENTS 




Elizabeth Willets, Linda Depelteau, Karen Johnston 



115 



li 



YEARBOOK STAFF 




-r: Mrs. Hughes, Advisor; Jud> Allen, Editor-in-Chief: Mrs. Souza, Adv 




'Mm 
I 



Off, 



1-r: rear- J. DePetnllo, G. Shinner, R. Florenz, F. Joseph, middle- C. LaMonica, J. Smith, J. Cote, J. Allston. 
front- L. Heffernan, J. Allen, K. Bergin, C. Lafitte. 



116 




Linda Heffernan, Catherine Lafitte, Senior Layout Editors. 



W1A 




I-r: Kathleen Bergin, Photography Editor; Joseph DePetrillo, 
Photographer; Janet Eichler, Art Editor. 




-r: Janice Cote, Circulation Editor; Jane Allston, Librarian; 
Joanne Beaudoin, Business Manager. 





1-r: Russell Florenz. Boys Athletics Editor; Jennifer Smith. Girls Athletics Editor. 



Christine LaMonica, Memories Editor; Fred Joseph, Glenn 
Shinner, Clubs and Organizations Editors. 



117 



MEMORIES 



Memories 

Grace E. Easley 
Memories are heartbeats 
Sounding through the years, 
Echoes never fading, 
Of our smiles and tears. 
Moments that are captured, 
Sometimes unaware, 
Pictured in an album, 
Or a lock of hair. 

Images that linger 
Deep within the mind, 
Bit of verse we cherished 
Once upon a time. 
Through the musty hallways 
Of the days we knew, 
Ever comes the vision 
Beautiful and true. 

Memories are roses 
Blooming evermore, 
Full of fragrant sweetness 
Never known before. 
Life must have a meaning, 
Goals for which to strive, 
Memories are lights that burn 
To keep the heart alive. 



MEMORIES 



THE BEST OF 1968 




KING AND QUEEN 



SHERYL MORGAN AND 

NORMAN TARDUGNO 



MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED 



CLASS WITS 




FLIRT 

AND 
CASSANOVA 



Jennifer Hadane and Rick Kobrenski 



BEST DRESSED 



CLASS ACTRESS AND ACTOR 




MOST 

SCHOOL 

SPIRIT 




Lorraine Longo 

and 
Dick Pelletier 



SOPHOMORE 
RECEPTION 




Sophomore King Neal Dowd and Sophomore Queen Susan Gallagher 




124 



When Earl walks through the door, everyone yell "Surprise!" 




Let's keep in step back there!! 



Oh, leave me alon 



125 




126 



I'm not conceited. Usually those as handsome as I am are though. 



CADET ASSEMBLY 




The Queen is escorted to her throne. 



128 




Cadet Queen Joanne Pelletier and Colonel Glenn Shinner. 




Janice Mendonsa, Cadet Queen Joanne 
Pelletier, and Sheryl Morgan. 




Don't ham it up, Glenn! 



129 



MILITARY BALL 




On the night of Friday, February twenty-third, Ten- 
ney's sixty-second annual Military Ball was held. Under 
the direction of Mr. Alvin Heubner, the cadets presented 
corsages to their mothers and provided inspection and 
exhibition drills. During this time, Cadet Queen Joanne 
Pelletier and her attendants, Sheryl Morgan and Janice 
Mendonsa presided. The newly formed Ranger Drill 
Squad exhibited extraordinary rifle drills. Tenney's Drum 



and Bugle Corps also provided hearty entertainment. The 
Grand March started the night's dancing which continued 
until midnight. "The Glass Bottom Boat" starring Doris 
Day was shown in the auditorium until two a.m. At this 
time a catered banquet by Binette caterers was given, and 
entertainment by Charlie Gaston, Carol De Carter, and 
the Sherry Sisters finished off this most memorable occas- 
sion. 



130 




131 




A very proud cadet! 



Company A wins drill competition. 





J 




Mr. Heubner congratulates winners of Junior Drill Competition. 




Flowers for the Queen. 





1 1 



. . . AND THE BAND PLAYED ON 



y f 



135 



MEMORY IS THE GOLDEN BRIDGE 





1 


1 — ' 

ill 


1 1 l_l_ 


B*6 

■ 





Well Mike, there's not much hope- 




What's the matter for you?? 








136 



Do any of these graduates look familiar' 1 



ft 



THAT KEEPS OUR HEARTS IN TOUCH 




Mr. Lister wants ten on the 5th race. 




If they only knew 



I guess they know. 



WITH ALL THE LONG-PAST YESTERDAYS 




Did he say what I think he said? 



AND THINGS WE LOVED SO MUCH! 




I wonder how my hair would look this color? 




) %1 



\ 



* 



Up, up and away!! 




How come I'm so lovable? 



I had your grandfather in school. | 39 



INDEED IT IS THE BRIDGE OF GOLD 




Hurr\ Darlint!. I think I hear the school bus 



1H 


A ill' 


1 

■ 




W / 


m f 



140 



I suppose sou know that I'm awfully suave. 




I he men behind the scene 



THAT BINDS THE PAST SUBLIME 




Don't worry. Fred's at the wheel. 

sumct 




Here I come Nicki!! 



141 



WITH HAPPIEST RECOLLECTIONS 




Every class has its dummy. 





And so I said to my class "Have you ever heard me scream?" 




Actually, it's a miniature bar. 



Oh! This weight reducing class is exhausting. 



THAT JOIN THE HANDS OF TIME!" 




If Farmer Brown takes five molecules to market — 





[ 




A 


& *. Wa 


L 




L Jf^fek.1 -^^* ^^M 


, , jup 


1 

* 




^ ' /^^H^ "IhH^Bh' 


^ 

V 






i 




i 


* — fu 


■*sp 


— JJ» 


^Hj J 


: / JT 




,W 


E|l^^_ ' 


w 


*1 


n£* l — 


\ 




/"T'li 


1^1 



Did you hear the one about "Wild Bill"? 



i 











Who us? Necking in the corridor? 








Faces of the future, 
Frozen in an instant of today, 
Form a human crystal of anticipation, 
A symmetrical pattern for achievement, 
With basis in facts 
And beauty in dreams. 
And the crystal does not shatter 
When the faces advance in time, 
For the pattern is universal 
And the crystal, life itself. 
Jennifer Smith 








144 



M 




1 • J" 

1 f ~ 




: A » ? 


■ ^« 



The rumbles of mutiny . . . rumble, rumble 





We give thee thanks 



m 


/ 




■k 


1 


__ ..a1^ -W&> 




- " ^^«>0^^ 




H "-^^r"^' ' ^ 




' ■ *4tUt 







146 



Abandon all hope, ye who enter here. 








. ^jj^ 






IMk 








Bashful? 



The "Shadow" 




Slowly I turn, step by step 



I bet you say that to all the girls | 47 



■ 




148 



You sophomore boys have all the angles. 



s ^ifl 


• 


rf^S 




- 


^P5? ^ 






i 




P If ^V 




<^ 


^^4% 




&M*M 






», 



Miss Jean says to eat everything on my plate. Then I'll be a "Do Be 




Mixed emotions contemplating lunch 



149 



^TVBO * 



MEDIA CENTER 

METHUEN HIGH SCHOOL 

METHUEN, MA 01844 




TAYLOR PUBLISHING COMPANY 

"The World's Best Yearbooks Are Taylor-made" 



MED/A CENTER 




A A 









I 

t 






■ I 

m 



m 




#>^ 




«*ft 



■*•¥* 

"> 



■ *W 







IN MEMORIAM 

PETER DUNCAN 



OUR BELOVED TEACHER AND FRIEND 



Do not stand at my grave and weep . . . 
I am not there. I do not sleep. 

I am a thousand winds that blow, 
I am the diamond glints on snow. 
I am the sunlight on ripened grain, 
I am the gentle autumn rain. 
When you awake in the morning's hush, 
I am the swift upflinging rush 
Of quiet birds in circling flight. 
I am the soft star-shine at night. 

Do not stand at my grave and cry . . . 
I am not there, I did not die. 




* 



SPRING 
SPORTS 



TRACK 




FRON I ROW: J. Bajor, h Cahalane, W. Callahan, R. Florenz, D. Remick, C. ROW: R. Hurst, P. Karpowicz, R. Gallagher, R. Schmidt, J. Monti, M. Ar 
Piazza, S. Alliette, C. Mesrobian. SECOND ROW: Coach J. Rimas, D. Labbe, gelan. 
D. Najanan, R. Valcourt, R. Najanan, D. Schurender, B. Joseph. THIRD 

RECORD 

^^ Methuen 68 Wilmington 45 

.*~.lRrcfr J&i*ir Methuen 67 North Andover 46 

Methuen 32 Chelmsford 81 

Methuen 17 Andover 96 

Methuen 83 Billerica 30 

Methuen 73 Burlington 40 

Methuen 59 Tewksbury 54 

Methuen 44-1/2 G.L. Regional 68-1/2 

Methuen 58 Salem, N.H 55 

Methuen 70 Dracut 43 

Methuen 51 Kieth 62 




Coach John Rimas and Captain Russ Florenz 




Kelly and Russ 



Glenn 




DAVE and STEVE 



SOFTBALL 




FIRST ROW: Marsha Apkarian, Marilyn Kisiel, June DeGu- OND ROW: Coach Bailey, Paula Trembley, Martha Fin- 

;lielmo, Sue Zurwell, Jennifer Smith, Donna DeGregorio, deisen, Justine Fugge, Pat Paine, Kathy Nelson, Sharon 

Pam Kus, Dianne Kluk, Lucky Korbey, Mimi Hyde; SEC Burns, Manager Joelle Ciras. 




m jm » ql 


" 


1 




^^^ft^ w'-'-' 




L . 


5r^ "•■*••■ 




HI " — — ~H_ 


=:«ff-,j 


Si 




ffi x- 




& ^-- *& % 


^W*| 


I T^W i 


J 


I/^S- A 


9sm 


■esu 





SENIORS 



Pam 








FIRST ROW: K. O'Connell, P. O'Sullivan, J. Welch, J. Lafond, S. Michaud, N. Tardugno, D. Majkut 
SECOND ROW: Coach Scanlon, M. Garabedian, R. Belair, B. Gilbert, B. Blaney, R. Mann, T. Perrotta, 
M. Tobia, J. Yanagi. 



BASEBALL 





0^ "I ^. jp 




* -N 






i 

l + 




~-* 



Coach Scanlon and Captains Jim Lafond and Jack Welch 




nORE 
MEMORIES 



&£ 



Smc^ 





Diamonds are a girl's best friend. 



VOICE and ANNOUNCER . John Bajor 

JANET Ann Marie Hoehn 

GEORGE Donald Hird 

MYRA Jacqueline Earnshaw 

JANE Mary Jane Jennings 

FRED Martin Rubeo 

MAXWELL SMART . . Daniel Kolif'rath 
PROFESSOR DANTE . Dennis Leocata 

PROFESSOR ZALINKA Diane 

Tevanian 

AGENT 44 Richard Kobrenski 

CHIEF Richard Hoffman 

MISS FINCH Janice Cote 

HODGKINS Russell Florenz 

WIFE : . .Mary Jane Jennings 

MAN John Lockaby 



GEE! You're a GIRL! 



CAST 



DIRECTOR 

Mrs. Shirley Hovanasian 

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR 

Mrs. Donna Hughes 

STUDENT DIRECTORS 

Kathy Joy 
Robert Korsak 



GARTH John Nastasia 

MARY WONG Gayle Andrews 

SHIRLEY WONG .... Anne Assadorian 

BETSY WONG Janice Mendonsa 

MR. BIG Dennis Gormley 

LITTLE SISTER Linda Renner 

BIG SISTER Maryann Murach 

AGENT 99 Janet Eichler 

AGENT 13 Gregory L'Heureux 

JILL Linda Goldblatt 

Ann Kathleen Jennings 

MAY Regina Lavalle 

LAURA Linda Lauretta 

PRINCESS INGRID Elaine Baker 





,M f. 



■a 



It's SOCK-IT-TO-ME time! 




Is that a COOTIE?! 



A little dab'll do ya- 




How could a Neon-tetra SMELL so bad 



Chief, you could fire me for this, but 



'fdJidllV 



tftlMlM 







*■* 


,>»* fl£?f^- ^Br- jr* 


j \ 1 


mm »Xj 


T 




u\ 


^ vl^k vi'^H 



Do we have to, John? My neck is 
killing me! 





nHUm^^nt^^Mtgn^niMM 







Mooney, you're shining tonight. 




What's wrong, John? 



Look what that dirty bird did! 




If 

1 





Come on, Richard! You know you can't resist me! 




'Really, 'duhling'!" 





We owls really fly at night! 



ORATOR 




John Lockaby 

HISTORY 



■v 4 


iwir^ 




^g x - ^fek 




Iw ™ 



John Bajor and Glenn Shinner 



WILL 



CLASS 
DAY 



PROPHECY 



g f w 








p^^tgp^j 











Linda Heffcrnan and Bob Korsak 




Kathy Bergin and Janet Eiehler 



1 1 



LOOK TO THIS DAY" 




VALEDICTORIAN 
Gayle C. Andrews 




SALUTATORIAN 

Judith A. Allen 



Look to this day, 

For it is the very life of 
life. 

In its brief course lie all 

the verities and realities 
of your existence: 

The glory of action, 

The bliss of growth, 

The splendor of beauty. 

For yesterday is but a dream 
and tomorrow is only a 
vision; 

But today well-lived makes 
every yesterday a dream 
of happiness, 
and every tomorrow a 
vision of hope. 

Look well, therefore, to this 
day. 




VALEDICTORIAN 
Jennifer A. Smith 




HONOR ESSAYIST 

Claire Levasseur 





COMMENCEMENT 

JUNE 14, 1968 



AWARDS 




Ingalls Medals: 

Gayle C. Andrews 
Jennifer A. Smith 
John A. Lockaby 

U.S. Army ROTC Scholarships: 
Glenn T. Shinner 
Richard A. Hoffman 

Doryce M. Lord French Prize: 
Gayle C. Andrews 

Carrie May Lyman Scholarship: 
Linda B. Heffernan 

Walter Pearson Music Prize: 
Richard A. Hoffman 

Bessie Cunliffe Scholarship: 
Joseph R. DePetrillo 

Methuen Teachers' 
Association Scholarship: 



Carol A. Chiarenza 

John P. Lane Memorial 
Scholarship: 

Denise A. Dole 

Gill Avenue Associates 
Scholarship: 

Judith A. Allen 

Moses N. Perkins Poetry 
Prize: 

Jennifer A. Smith 

Walter B. Ingalls Science 
Award: 

Glenn T. Shinner 

Class of 1 957 
20th Anniversary Award: 
Glenn T. Shinner 



Tenney Memorial High School 
Student Council Scholarship: 
Kathleen B. Bergin 
Fred E. Joseph, Jr. 

DeMoulas Scholarship: 
Russell D. Florenz 

Avco Scholarship: 

John W. Lockaby 

Tenney Educational Fund 
Scholarships: 

Gayle C. Andrews 

Russell D. Florenz 

Ilga A. Kuceris 

Claire M. Levasseur 

Susan J. Lipton 

Cheryl M. Rossi 






1 



Ui 



Look not mournfully to the 
past — it comes not back again; 
wisely improve the present — it 
is thine; go forth to meet the 
shadowy future without fear, 
and with a manly heart. 

—Longfellow 



^h*'« {& £ 



\ i 



CLASS HISTORY 



by Glenn Shinner and John Bajor 



Presented today for its one and only appearance is the memorable production of 
Those were the Years that Were. This program, written by John Bajor and Glenn 
Shinner, and edited by the two stars of the Editors, Mr. Beaumont and Mr. Lister, is 
presented for your remembering pleasure. 

Let's turn our memories back to our sophomore year and look at the political 
scene. 

Our President, Glenn Shinner, and his advisors, Judy Allen, Vice-President; Nan- 
cie Appleyard, Secretary; and Jennifer Haldane, Treasurer, ruled wisely but were 
sharply criticized by members of the Student Council; Barbara Parolisi, Kathy Bergin, 
Janice Mendonsa, and Joanne Pellitier. Two members of the class who attempted to 
overthrow the government were King Michael Koczat and Queen Linda Heffernan. 
Sophomore year, however, proved to have a quite stable political party. 

Also during that year, the enlistees of the Cadet Corps enjoyed much noncomba- 
tant activity. 

The Annual Military Ball was held and B-company proved to be the best of the 
Wednesday Warriors. They received their medals and paraded their shining triumphs 
throughout the long night. Field Day was held and three cadets were the best of our 
lot. Michael Adams, looking sharp, took the first place medal; John Lockaby took 
second, while Dana Collins succeeded with third. The first presentation of the Rene J. 
Morissette Medal for commanding ability was awarded to Bob Korsak. 

In the area of awards, Janet Eichler and John Bajor received the DAR awards for 
service to school and community life. 

Now a year later, election time 1966-1967 rolled around and new political officials 
were elected. Russ Florenz, President; Judy Allen, Vice-President; Joyce Haddad, 
Secretary; and Jennifer Haldane, Treasurer took the oath swearing to make our class 
the best, of course! Members of the "House of Representatives," Linda Heffernan, 
Joanne Pellitier, Kathy Bergin, Linda Bardsley, Janice Mendonsa were a useful connec- 
tion between faculty and students despite some student unrest at the close of junior 
year. 

Our upperclassmen ID's arrived on the scene on October 5, 1966. Numerous 
manners were devised to display our shiny rings throughout the school, which proved 
that we were finally upperclassmen. 

Our assignment weary military forces were again ordered to attack the mountain 
of work and time needed to hold an Annual Military Ball. The Warriors were successful 
and the proceedings went off as sharp as a shot. The Junior drill was the main attraction 
and the first place medal went to Glenn Shinner, second to Bob Korsak, and John 
Lockaby was awarded third place. The other Cadet event, Field Day, was again 
successful for Glenn Shinner and Bob Korsak who took first and second place respec- 
tively. Ed Hapshe captured the third place medal. On its second presentation, the Rene 
J. Morissette Medal was awarded to Rick Feugill. 

Still on the award scene were Jennifer Smith and John Lockaby who received DAR 
awards for citizenship that year. 

Now we will turn to sports. In the field of fun and games, elections were held for 
the famous distractors of the sports arena and the following were voted to be the 
cheerleaders for 1968; Captain Joyce Fallon, Gayle Andrews, Janet Eichler, Marie 
Fichera, Cathy Joy, Linda Vancoppenolle. 

The bright spots of the band were elected in the beginning of May and those 
donning the blue and white colors of Tenney as majorettes were the following: Captain 
Nancy Ruffen, June DeGuglielmo, Joyce Haddad, Sharon Higton, Sue Lipton, and 
Chris McKenzie. 

Now on the social set, an induction was held for the new members of the National 
Honor Society. This honor is bestowed on those who possess the qualities of character, 
scholarship, leadership, and service. The tops in our class were as follows: President 
Russ Florenz, Vice-President Glenn Shinner, Secretary Kathy Bergin, Treasurer Judy 
Allen, Historian Jennifer Smith, Gayle Andrews, John Bajor, Jim Boardman, Janet 
Eichler, Diane Freije, Linda Heffernan, Bob Korsak, John Lockaby, Cathy Lafitte, 



Linda Leslie, Claire Levasseur, Pat Moran, Maryann Murach, Sheila Siatkowski, and 
Sandi Wilson. 

Returning to the political scene, our Tenney High was represented on the state 
level by delegates to the Massachusetts' Boys' and Girls' State. This conference, con- 
cerning local government was enjoyed by Linda Heffernan, delegate to Girls' State and 
by Russ Florenz and Glenn Shinner, who were delegates to Boys' State. 

Although all seniors were jubilant over reaching their graduation year, four seniors 
were quite pleased with the election results for '68. Those who led the class of '68 to 
the pinnacle of success were our President Dan Kolifrath, Vice-President Fred Joseph, 
Secretary Chris LaMonica, and once again Treasurer Jennifer Haldane. 

As seniors we had acquired a louder but not necessarily more effective voice in the 
President's Cabinet and those Student Council members making all the noise were 
President Joanne Pellitier, Secretary Linda Heffernan, Treasurer Janice Mendonsa, 
John Carney, Nancie Appleyard, and Joyce Fallon. 

New appointees assumed various responsibilities. A vital part of our high school 
memories was included in our Yearbook which would certainly receive a Pulitzer Prize 
if we had anything to do with it. The prize-winning staff is as follows: Editor-in-chief 
Judy Allen, Kathy Bergin, Linda Heffernan, Cathy Lafitte, Joanne Beaudoin, Chris 
LaMonica, Russ Florenz, Jennifer Smith, Glenn Shinner, Fred Joseph, Joe DePetrillo, 
Janice Coty, Jane AJlston, and Janet Eichler. 

In regard to publications, the Blue and White published some interesting 
issues, to say the least. Working the presses, inking the type, and editing those unneces- 
sary phrases are the staff of the newspaper: Editor-in-chief Maryann Murach, Claire 
Levasseur, Pat Moran, Sue Waitkewich, Glenn Shinner, Sheryl Morgan, Linda Renner, 
and John Lockaby. 

Senior year, which brought on transfers of leadership, also affected the Cadet 
Corps. An assembly was held to announce the cadets who would carry on the tradition 
and honor of the Cadet Corps. The top men announced were: Colonel Glenn Shinner, 
Lieutenent Colonel Bob Korsak, Drill Major Rick Feugill, and Adjutant Major John 
Lockaby. 

Elected by the member of the Corps to grace parades and assemblies were the 
lovely and personable Queen and Attendants for the Cadets. Received with enthusiasm 
at the assembly were Queen Joanne Pellitier, and Attendants Sheryl Morgan and Janice 
Mendonsa. 

Turning to sports, the seniors did a marvelous job in leading our fabulous Rangers 
to Victory. Our football team, co-captained by Russ Florenz and Dan Kolifrath, was 
inspired by their Queen Judy Allen and her Attendants Chris LaMonica and Linda 
Bardsley. 

Our merry band of marathon runners could be seen tromping over hill and dale 
led by their fearless Captain Steve Alliette. 

Our distinguished men of the court were presided over during each game by 
Captain John Carney. 

Breaking in our new track were the fleet-footed muscle-bound participants of the 
track squad. Their pace-setter was Captain Russ Florenz. 

Defending the diamond, our finesome ninesome were led by Co-captains Jack 
Welch and Jim Lafond. 

Now for a look at girls' sports. 

Leading the defense and offense on the court this season were Co-captains Sue 
Zurwell and Cathy Bedrosian. 

Checking the outdoor activities, one could find those "lilies of the field" swinging 
cheir crazy curved sticks under the leadership of Co-captains Nancie Appleyard and 
Pam Kus. 

In the spring, the girls don their racing-striped baggy pants to charge into the 
softball field with Captain Donna DeGregario at the helm. 

Back at the State House, we heard that John Bajor was our representative on 
Student Government Day in Boston. 

On the theater review, the critics acclaimed the superb performance of leads, Dan 
Kolifrath and Janet Eichler, in the hilarious production of Get Smart, aided by student 
directors Cathy Joy and Bob Korsak. 

Now as our class history ends and history is resumed for another period in our lives, 
we come to graduation. The highest honor of valedictorian was bestowed on two 
students whose scholastic abilities and achievements were equally outstanding. These 
honors went to Gayle Andrews and Jennifer Smith. The second honor of salutatorian 
was earned by Judy Allen. Claire Levasseur was honored by being named the Honor 
Essayist, while our orator at Class Day was John Lockaby. 

Now that our production of Those were the Years that Were has come to a conclu- 
sion, we hope that the memories we have recalled have brought to mind the pleasurable 
experiences that have occurred throughout our short stay at Tenney. 



CLASS PROPHECY 

by Linda Heffernan and Robert Korsak 



What will the future bring? 
Much success or none at all? 
Whether pauper or king, 
The answer lies in the crystal ball. 

To see into the future 
Ten years from sixty-eight 
Could be quite an adventure 
Not even having to wait. 

Will our classmates be fortunate 
And be forever gay? 
Or will they become obstinate 
And waste their lives away? 

Now we look into the crystal ball 
To see what will become of them all. 



Linda 
Bob: 

Linda 

Bob: 

Linda 

Bob: 

Linda 

Bob: 

Linda 

Bob: 

Linda 

Bob: 
Linda 



Linda 

Bob: 

Linda 

Bob: 

Linda 

Bob: 

Linda 



Look! There's Tenney High coming into focus! 
Can you see anyone familiar? 

ALBERT ABDALLAH is principal, and PAULA CHAPMAN is measuring skirt lengths in her 
office. 

In the teacher's room, I can see GAYLE ANDREWS, TED HAPSHE, DAN MAJKUT, SANDY 
WILSON, and CAROL BURNS: 

JACK WELCH and SUE ZURWELL are square dancing with their gym classes. CATHY BEDRO- 
SIAN is letting her assistant teach this number. 

BOB CARRIER, ALFRED ABATE, and BILL MORRISSEY are cutting the lawns. BOB always 
did want to be like HERBIE. 

We seem to be wandering away from Tenney. DAVE BOWDEN is still working at Robichuad's 
Hardware, and there goes MIKE ADAMS driving away from his gas station in his 1978 Corvette. 
Across the street is a beauty salon. CATHY BLANCHETTE, CHERYLE BOUMILA, SHARON 
HOULE, JOYCE MATTHES, and LINDA MILIUS are hard at work. 

PAT O'BRIEN and DONALD BOHONDONEY are pharmacists at PAT McGRAVEY'S drug- 
store. BOB BROWN, JANICE LoPIZZO, CAROL SAMMATARO and DEBBIE FLEMING 
all own stores in the square. 

LARRY DOLE and MIKE GRASSI own a gas station and DENNIS DESCHANE, BOB FER- 
RARO, and TOM O'SULLIVAN are car salesmen. 

CHERYL BOYLAN, PAT ROBILLARD, JOELLE CIRAS, ELAINE COTE, and DENISE FON- 
TAINE are housewives and mothers. 

I can see JOHN CARNEY visiting MARIE FISCHERA'S household. He's a merry Maytag 
serviceman. 

The scene seems to be changing. Where are we now? 
Looks like Boston. I can see WBZ. MIKE GORDON is a sports announcer, and MIKE GUELI 
is a disc jockey. ILGA KUCERIS is about to begin singing "The Indian Love Call." 

DAVE ARCHIBALD, MARYJEAN BUNCE, NINA DAGHER, and RICK KOBRENSKI are 
employed at the Prudential Building. LINDA LIMMANNI is secretary to Dr. PATRICK O'SUL- 
LIVAN. 

DENISE DOLE, JANET DAVIS, CAROL LITWIN, THERESA MALLEY, and JUDY KMIEC 
are also medical secretaries. CARMEN DELLICOLLI, MARIE JACOBUCCI, LINDA LAU- 
RETTA, PAT MORAN and ROSEMARY PARISI are successful dental secretaries. 

JOE DEPETLILLO, FRANK DeANGELIS, and LINDA POULIN also conduct business in our 
state capitol. 

In Boston elementary schools the teachers are JOYCE BUGLIONE, CAROL CHIARENZA, 
PAM DeBURRO, LINDA LESLIE, and DONNA DeGREGORIO. 

The Mass General has its share of '68 graduates. I can see LINDA BARDSLEY, DEBBIE SAMIA, 
and SANDIE WAITH. LINDA BAUCHMAN is working in the psychiatric ward, and SANDY 
DECHANE is a physical therapist. 
There goes GERRY BARIL on his motorcycle. 

I couldn't make out who he was. 
GERRY is what he always wanted to be — a Hell's Angel. 

He rode past GREG LHEUREUX, RON NICKELSON, and KATHY JENNINGS health club 
and JACKIE EARNSHAW'S Hippie Shop. 



Linda: On the next street is a discotheque owned by REGINA LAVALLEE, CHARLOTTE BRUNO, 
and LINDA STEPANIAN. Jorden Marsh is run by KEVIN O'CONNELL and PETER MIELE. 
Bob: Who's that familiar in the window. 

Linda: It's JOE MEDICI. He's a Sealy bed tester. The display was arranged by JIMMY MATSEAS. 
Bob: DANNY KOLIFRATH is a comedian at MIKE KOCZAT'S night club. Can you see who the other 

entertainment is? 
Linda: JOYCE ZANFAGNA, ANGELA BOVA, and RAY BEAUMIER are singers. JIMMY BEAN is 

performing magic tricks. 
Bob: At Logan Airport the airplane technicians are BILLY HOVANASIAN, BILL ROUSSEAU, MIKE 

WARING, and STEVE ALLIETTE. PAT POTTER and MIKE ROY are keeping the luggage 
straight. 
Linda: JUDY CHAPDELAINE, JANET ALLAIN, EILLEEN VIGNAULT, JUNE DeGUGLIELMO, 
and SALLY RUNIONS are stewardesses. JEFF DAVIS and JOHN FORREST are pilots for 
TWA. 
Bob: News reporters DANA COLLINS, KEITH GUSTARTIS, BRIAN MESSER, and PHIL 

NICOLOSI are trying to cover two stories. It seems that this morning KENNY WETMORE made 

four touchdowns for the Patriots, and this afternoon SUSAN CONGO won her first stock car race. 
Linda: I can see JANICE COTE and JENNIFER SMITH covering the stories for their magazines. 

Photographers EUGENE BORRELLI, CHRIS La CHARITE, and AL WOODHEAD are show- 
ing pictures of the events. 
Bob: Posters are all over. The Hawthorne Cavalerros, featuring FRANK GRELLE, are playing tonight. 
Linda: ROGER TREMBLAY, RICHARD WUNDERLICH, and DAVE REMICK are professional 

musicians. In Boston, HERB TOWLER is a noted poet. 
Bob: In Boston Common PATTY SYKES, JOANNE BEAUDOIN, and KATHY GRIVA are painting 

scenes of busy Boston life. 
Linda: The location is changing again. Where are we now? 
Bob: Can't you tell by the Empire State Building? In that office building are TOMMY BRESNAHAN, 

MIKE ROGELIS, RICHARD FEUGILL, and LOUIS SANDERSON designing a skyscraper. 
Linda: In the next office is DAVE DOLCE creating a hamburger stand in the shape of keilbasi. 
Bob: CARL MESROBIAN is running the computers with the help of ARTHUR WYMAN, BOB 

HUETTNER, PAULA LAHEY, and DICK SICARD 
Linda: It's a good thing that DICK PELLETIER, FRANK COLIZZI, KATHI DePARI, and KAREN 

ABBATE keep the papers straight in the main office. 
Bob: There's confusion on Times Square. It seems that every one wants actor BOB RAYMOND'S and 

actress MARY JANE JENNINGS' autograph. 
Linda: DENNIS LEOCATA., LORRAINE LONGO, and BOB HARNISCH are in a television studio 

nearby. They must be appearing on DENNIS MARCELLO'S "Tomorrow" program. 
Bob. ANNE MELINICKI, CHRIS LaMONICA, SHERYL MORGAN, and NANCY RUFFEN are 

modeling in a New York agency. 
Linda: CHRIS McKENZIE, PAT PAOLINO and SUE LIPTON designed their clothes LINDA KOC- 

ZAT and KAREN WALTON are retailors at Macy's. 

Bob: That famous dairy bar is run by JENNIFER HALDANE and HEATHER BEGG. 
Linda: When not practicing for the Olympics, SCOTT GUTHERIE, DON HIRD, PAM KUS, and 

NORMAN TARDUGNO are frequent visitors of theirs. 
Bob: JOYCE FALLON, MAUREEN GARRIGAN, SHEILA KOLBA, and BARBARA PAROLISI are 

on the emergency squad at the Manhattan General Hospital 
Linda: Well known biologists JIM BOA RDM AN and FRED JOSEPH have discovered a cure for the 

common cold. 
Bob: LINDA TOMASKI, MARYANNE McPHERSON, SUSAN WAITKEWICH and MARTIN 

RUBEO are teaching under priviliged children. CHERYL ZAKIA, LINDA CLOUTIER, and 

CAROL DESSINGER are social workers in that same area. 
Linda: JANET EICHLER and PAT MINIHAN are painting a billboard on top of that building. 
BOB: What does it say? 

Linda: It's not quite finished. Wait a minute! It says "ARTIE BURKE for President." 
Bob: On the other side of the avenue is another. It says "Vote MIKE HAM EL for your President." It should 

prove to be quite a race. 
Linda: The White House tells me we're in Washington. 
Bob: In the Senate, JOHN LOCKABY, ROBERT MAKSIAN, BILLY STONE, and DAVE HAR- 

G REAVES are arguing over a controversial subject. 
Linda: I can see GLENN SHINNER and MIKE OUELETTE in their Admiral uniforms. DAVID 

DELANO, JOHN AUDY, and JOE BACIGALUPO are generals. 
Bob: Is that JOHN NASTASIA as head of the Federal Bureau of Investigation? 

Linda: There are his FBI agents MARK SCHELLING, BOB HILLIS, TIFFY NELSON, JIM MUR- 
RAY, CHUCK PIAZZA and BILL LERNF.D. 
Bob: GUY PICCIRILO is planting trees along the Potomac with the helpof AUDREY FRASER, JIMMY 

SKEA, ANNE ASADOORIAN, and PAUL ROCK. 
Linda: IRVING TRUE is leading a protest march to the Capitol. Looking on are secret service men MIKE 

SIOUFI, TOM TINE, JOHN WADE, and GEORGE IOMBARELLO. 
Bob: At the Supreme Court, Chief Justice JOHN BAJOR is presiding over a case. Lawyers BILL O'DOWD 

and RUSS FLORENZ are conferring with their clients. Making up part of the jury are JUDY 

ALLEN and CHERYL BIRD 
Linda: JEFF SNOW and JOHN FOLEY are designing a new monument. 
Bob: The House of Representatives is now in session Chairman JIMMY LANDRY is silencing JOHN 

CAHALANE, ED GREALISH, BILL CALLAHAN, ED HIGGINS, and JOHN KUNCHO. 
Linda: In the Internal Revenue Building, MAUREEN HEMMERLE, NANCY BINGHAM, PAT ST. 

JEAN, and PAUL ST. ONGE are checking taxes on their IBM machines. 



Bob: DIANNE MORIN, NANCY RILEY, JUDY McQUIRE, and NANCY APPLEYARD are work- 
ing in the United States Treasury. 
Linda: KATHY BERGIN is continuing her career at the Library of Congress. 
Bob: The scene is changing again. It's Paris. LARRY McANSPIE, our ambassador to France, is busy at 

his desk. 
Linda: CATHY HAMEL, LINDA GOLDBLATT and DIANNE TEVANIAN own a sidewalk cafe 

LINDA HOWARD and KAREN MOSES run a glove factory in Grenoble. 
Bob: Painting the Eiffel Tower red are JOHN LOUGH, BOB DESROCHE, and STEVE MICHAUD. 
Linda: In Africa, TOM FLANDERS is a missionary. LINDA CHATEAUNEUF, CAROL SANTAGI, 

PAT WARING, and SHARON HIGTON are nurses in a jungle hospital. 
Bob: There's Peace Corps members ANNE HOEHN, SANDRA RUDNICKI, and BILL DIXON. 
Linda: Big game hunters BILL TORLA and STEVE STAPLETON are tracking a tiger. BOB DES- 

CHANE is still looking for a mocking bird to kill. 
Bob: Seamen MIKE McROBBIE and JOHN RICHER are on leave. 
Linda: MAUREEN MELNICKI, CATHY LAFITTE, and SHEILA SIAKOWSKI run a luxurious hotel 

on the African Coast. 
Bob: In India, ELAINE BAKER, LINDA VANCOPPENOLLE, SHARON DUQUETTE and PENNY 

SYKES are re-decorating the Taj Mahal. 
Linda: EDDIE BENSON, DENISE DUGAY, KERRY PAPALARDO, and CHERYL SHEA own 

stores selling American Products. 
Bob: On India's shores, MARION BENSON is preparing for her next experiment as an oceanographer. 

JANICE MENDONSA, MAL MENDES, and LINDA SAVINELLI are at hand to diagnose the 

result. 
Linda: An ocean liner captained by RICHARD MARIANOIS is docked at the port. MARGE BATCH- 
ELDER, JUDY BLOUIN, LOUISE BRACKETT, and KATHY DeCOLA are hostesses. 
Bob: MILLIONAIRESSES ANNE MARIE PELLETIER, BARBARA SOMMA, MAUREEN LA- 

CROIX, and JANICE FAEBER are on vacation in India. 
Linda: At Premmer Harbor, Germany, JOHN SWAN, MARC GIOSEFFI, and RON BORRELLI are 

on duty on an air craft carrier. 
Bob: It seems that many Tenney graduates joined the Waves. There's DIANNE BAILLAGION, JANE 

ALLSTON, SHARON BLAIS, PRISCILLA BUDENAS, and STELLA CROTEAU. 
Linda: PAT CASTRIOS, LILLIAN GILLESPIE, ELIZABETH GREER, and JOANNE KOPCZYN- 

SKI, are making German candy, while JANICE LESPERANCE, LINDA RENNER and 

MARYANNE MURACH are baking at a famous bakery. Today's special is Brownies. 
Bob: PRISCILLA CALDON, CHERYL ROSSI, SHERRIE-DEE SCHUBERT and JANE PITMAN 

conduct English classes at a German University. 
Linda: BARBARA DeGASPE, DOREEN PAPALASKAS. JANET WADE, and KATIE WRIGHT are 

secretaries for the famous physicist RICK HOFFMAN. 
Bob: There's England coming into view. MARTIN BULMER and SANDY EBERT own a travel agency. 
Linda: In London, JOANNE PELLETIER, SUE GROSS, and CLAIRE LAVASSEUR own a mod shop. 
Bob: DONNA MALCOLM, DIANNE FREIJE, and LINDA HOLLINS are selling umbrellas. DENNIS 

GORMLEY, and DAVE SCIONE are making sure that Big Ben is on time. 
Linda: JOYCE HADDAD, KATHY JOY and SHARON HOWANIEC, are go-go girls in a huge dance 

hall for the elite. 
Bob: In Scotland Yard I can see JIM LEFOND and TOM SMITH. 
Linda: KATHY GOMES, MARIE HOEPFNER, and PHYLLIS JACOBUCCI own a coffee house on the 

Thames. 
Bob: It's beginning to get foggy. 

Linda: Must be that great English weather. It doesn't really look like fog though. 
Bob: I can't see anything. 
Linda: The crystal ball has faded out. 

CLASS WILL 

by Janet Eichler and Kathleen Bergin 

We, the Class of 1968 of Tenney Memorial High School, Methuen, Massachusetts, being of as sound 
a mind as possible, but realizing that the time has come to leave these classic halls and their even more classic 
occupants, do hereby make public this, our last will and testament. 



I, Mike Roy, leave to Mr. Lister a ten day supply of tape recorded phone calls from my mother giving 
reasons for all my various absences. 

I, Joyce Haddad, leave Franny Tully the joy of being second best. 

We, Sheryl Morgan, Lorraine Longo, Sharon Howaniec, and Mary Jean Bunce, leave Mr. Rushton a 
year's supply of the Lawrence Eagle Tribune news quizzes. 

I, Stealla Crouteau, leave to my sister Rita all the bubble gum that she can snap. 

I, Carl Mesrobian, leave to Mrs. Hovavasian my tape of assorted sounds for next year's class play. 

I, Sharon Houle, leave Rita Croteau one fun filled year of study with Mr. O'Wril. 

I, Judy Chapdelaine, leave Pam Chapdelaine two more years at Tenney. 

We, Bill Dixon, Linda Howard, Dave Dolce, and Pat Potter, leave a challenge to any juniors: try to top 
our excellent record of attendance — 167 days absent. 

I, Paula Lahey, leave Moe Larkin my place in the first floor basement, and Maryanne Sharrock my old 
gym suit. 



We, Susan Zurwell, Barbara Somma and Cheryl Zakia, leave Mr. McDermott a dozen pairs of dark 
colored socks to wear over his worn out white ones. 

I, John Lockaby, leave to some unsuspecting junior one plaster filled locker. 

I, Maryanne Murach, leave Miss Bailey one most athletic girl to take my place in sixth period gym. 

We, the seniors in homeroom 105, leave to next year's homeroom Mr. Melia's corny jokes, the Gabby 
club, and Glitter. 

I, Janet Eichler, leave my best friend Marlene Smith all the love and happiness that could possibly be 
hers in her senior year, and my sincere gratitude for her close companionship these past two years. I also leave 
her one vulture, the MWC, and Bafon to do with as she pleases. 

I, Linda Vancoppenelle, leave Gayle Jackson one pair of dirty cheering sneakers. 

I, Diane Tevanian, leave my sister Peggy all my weight. 

I, Denise Dole, leave Mr. Jones the bands from my braces. 

We, Dave Hargreaves and Ted Hapshe, leave the Admiral one anchor so that he won't rock on his shoes 
next year. 

We, the members of the TIA, leave Arthur Burke to the junior class. 

I, Frank Grelle, leave Mr. Constantineau a case of hair creme. 

We, Lorraine Longo and John Lockaby, leave two pinkies to any one in homeroom 217 who wants to 
play "touchy-touchy". 

We, the senior class, leave Mrs. Hershfield's future classes all of our used Manter Halls. 

I, Don Hird, leave Mr. Lister 150 feet of rubber in the school parking lot from my GTO. 

We, the 1967-68 cheerleaders, leave Miss Pearson: thank goodness! 

I, Judy Kmiec, leave Mr. Melia all my free hand art ability. 

I, Ricky Kobrenski, leave all my love to Mrs. Morgan, and all my kisses to Mrs. Hovanasian. 

We, the senior boys, leave the underclassmen a running start to lunch. 

I, Anne Asadoorian. leave Miss St. Pierre a smile, and Miss Lange a five pound lump of pre-chewed gum. 

I, Janice Mendonsa, leave Kenny Perry to Mrs. Hovanasian with the instructions that she's to keep a 
watchful eye on him. 

We, the senior girls, leave Miss Chadwick a micro-mini skirt to add to her collection. 

I, Donna Malcolm, leave my seat in Mrs. Hughes senior English class to Barbara Wunderlich. 

We, Charlotte Bruno and Sandra Ebert, leave Pat Bruno all the doors in the school. 

We, Sandy, Karen, Nancy, Jennifer and Sherrie-Dee, leave our parking space to some deserving junior 
driver. 

I, Lorraine Longo, leave Mr. Fradette a box of Studio cards to send out on special occasions. 

We, Jennifer Haldane and Heather Begg, leave our squirt guns to Steve Osgood. 

We, Frank Colizzi and Bill O'Dowd, leave our fantastic centering abilities to some deserving junior. 

I, a certain senior boy, leave Mrs. Kendall the fifth period study that I skipped every day for six weeks 
to see a certain girl in lunch group B. 

We, the seniors in fifth period chemistry, leave our dear 6'2" bushy-tailed friend Harvey to Mr. Russell. 

We, Russ and Danny, leave next year's football team the cold showers after practice and a washing 
machine for Mike Angelari's clothes. 

We, Kathi DeCola and Sandy dcChane, leave Mr. Jones memories of homeroom in sophomore year. 

I, Barbara Somma, leave my eraser and attendance book to some deserving junior in homeroom 105 with 
the hopes that someday, everyone will enter homeroom on time 

I, Tom Flanders, leave my Superfish boots and cape to Jed Towler. 

I, Martin Rubeo, leave Mr. Rushton a pair of roller skates. 

We, the members of the TIA, leave the underclassmen the plans for a successful walkout. 

I. MaryJean Bunce, leave Liz Collins a bottle of peroxide and some Clairol hair toner. 

We, Gayle Andrews and Judy Blouin, leave Mr. Gagne the key to the language lab. 

We, the pupils in homeroom 217, leave Mrs. Monroe a set of ear plugs, a megaphone, and a whip. 

We, the students of second period Physics, leave Mr. Russell a book entitled How to Teach Physics 
Without Really Trying. 

I, Janet Wade, leave Mrs. Derby my book The Slreanger. 

I, Linda Bauchman, leave Joanne Maddox all my unfinished Afro-Asian History assignments. 

I. Marie Fischera, leave Carlyn Coco one pair of worn out cheering bloomers. 

I. Kathy Joy, leavy my nickname "Cutta" to Mr. Melia in hopes that he never knows what it really 
means. 

I, Kathy Bergin, leave Patti Paine some good advice: sober up!! 

We, the students in Mrs. Monroes fifth period English class, leave her a little bit of co-operation. 

I, Paul Rock, leave all of my absences to any one with enough courage to be out as much as I have been. 

I, Roger Trembley, leave my necktie to Mr. Jennings. 

I, Maryanne McPhearson, leave my seat in Mr. Mazzaglia's 5th period sophomore biology class to some 
future senior. 

I, Sharon Duquette, solemnly bequeath to Mr. Huebner one set of shock absorbers for the Driver Ed. 



We, the members of the Business Club leave: 

— to Miss Lange, new faucets and a large mirror. 

— to Mrs. Randone, our sincerest thanks for helping to make the Business Club a success. 

— to Miss Doran, all our used shorthand pads. 

— to Mrs. Ruhman, one large ashtray. 

— to Mrs. Hughes, a book of poems by Steinbeck. 

— to Mrs. Morgan, a can of oil for her chair. 

— to Miss Pearson, a dimple for her right cheek. 

I, Sharon Howaniec, leave Mr. Gagne a box of assorted bow ties. 

I, Pat Moran, leave Mrs. Kern a robot that will bo around and empty the irons in Home Ec. 

We, Sue Zurwell and Cathy Bedrosian, leave Patti Paine and Kathy Nelson all the fun and hard work 
we've had during basketball. 



We, Jim Skea, Audrey Fraser and Cheryl Zakia, leave the Admiral a tug boat with a fog horn. 

We, Mr. Fradette's sixth period advanced math class, leave next year's class a faster clock. 

I, Pat Minahane, leave my set of solid gold drumsticks to some deserving sophomore girl who wants to 
join the Cadet Corps. Good Luck!! 

We, Donna Dig, Pam Kus, Karen Moses, Linda Savinelli and Sue Zurwell, leave Miss Bailey a year's 
supply of cottage cheese and melba toast, and a quiet office during lunch time. 

I, Jane Pitman, leave Gayle Schwartz all of my failing marks from the last three years. 

I, Marion Benson, leave Mr. Whiting one uncensored tape recording of period one at its best. 

We, John Bajor, Steve Alliette, and John Cahalane, leave Mrs. Monroe Diggory Venn's little red wagon 
to get back and forth from the Mead Hall. 

I, Dennis Leocata, leave Mr. Lister Professor Dante's Intrhermo and Mrs. Hovanasian all of my 
problems. 

We, Joanne Pelletier and Norman Tardugno, leave Mrs. McClellen our thanks for making our senior 
year complete. 

I, Janet Eichler, leave my little sister Shugundalah my nickname Ike, one true friend, a hockey stick, 
the boys in Mechanical Drawing I, and best wishes for her next two years at Tenney. 

We, Janice Cote and Maryanne Murach, leave Mr. Russell left and right, burets. 

We, Janet Wade and George Tomberello, leave a lot of love and kisses to some lucky junior couple. 

We, Debbie Samia, Heather Begg, and Kathy Bergin, leave Mr. Fradette three intelligent junior girls 
to take our place in Analyt. 

We, Carmen DelliColli, Mai Mendes, Carol Litwin, Sheryl Morgan, Linda Lauretta, Anne Melnicki, 
Denise Fontaine, Kathi DeDpari, Denise Dugay, and Linda Limanni, leave our lunch table to a group of 
gabby junior girls. 

I, Jennifer Haldane, leave John Dixon my stinky gym suit. 

We, Joanne Beaudoina and Janet Wade, leave Mr. Whiting a toupe to cover his receding hairline 

We, Lorraine Longo and Kenny Wetmore, leave one peek-a-boo window to the cadet supply room to 
any cadet who may be trying on uniforms. 

I, Karen Abati, leave Mr. Gurry a life time supply of Bazooka bubble gum. 

We, the students of fourth period Italian II, leave Miss Faro a stepladder so that she may see the many 
wonders that go on beyond her desk, and an 8' x 10" "Quie' Plese" poster. 

We, the senior class, leave the juniors a new sophomore class to torture. 

I, Priscilla Caldon, leave to the exalted Admiral one large black megaphone with a scarlet "A" on the 
front. 

We, Linda Chateauneuf and Carol Charienza, leave Mr. Gagne a book on criminal psychology so that 
his education will not have been "sadly neglected". 

I, Richard Hoffman, leave Mrs. Hovanasian, a large bottle of Excedrin, a large notebook, a bottle of 
tranquilizers and a complete set of voodoo dolls, and a juniors shoulder to cry on when things go wrong. 

We, Mr. Gurry's period two class, leave next year's class his favorite sayings: "listen up, now!" and 
"Baby!!". 

We, Pat Minahan and Sheryl Shea, leave some deserving junior a scholarship for two lunches a day. 

We, Janet Eichler and Danny Kolifrath, leave our sincerest appreciation and deepest love to Aunt 
Shirley, and to next year's play cast, all the fun we had staging "Get Smart". 

We, the member of the track team, leave Tenney High one beer cooler for the varsity locker room. 

We, Sue Gross, Linda Bardsley, Nina Dagher, and Priscilla Caldon, leave Eileen Mulcahey our lunch 
table and one lonely year. 

We, the seniors in Miss Sherman's second period Algebra II class, leave her all the love and admiration 
deserving of a wonderful teacher. 

We, the Class of '68, leave to the Class of '69, hard work, great teachers, and the joy of being on top. 



Presented and witnessed this tenth day of June, in the year of our Lord one thousand, nine hundred 
and sixty-eight. 



CLASS DIRECTORY 



Alfred Abate 

100 Bay State Road 
Karen Abate 

158 Tenney Street 
Albert Abdullah 

17 Annis Street 
Cadet Corps 2, 3, 4 
Michael Adams 

35 Stevens Street 
Cadet Corps 2, 3, 4 
Janet Allain 

35 Gill Avenue 
Judith Allen 

208 Hampstead Street 
Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Softball 2; 
Math Club 3, 4; Yearbook Editor 4; Vice-President 
of Class 2, 3; Folk Music Club 2; German Club 3, 
secretary 4; National Honor Society 3, treasurer 4; 
Physics Club 4; College Club 3, vice-president 4; 
Senior Play Committee 
Steven Alliette 

64 Union Street 
Track 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 3, captain 4; Physics 
4; Ranger Sportsmen Club 4 
Jane Allston 

103-1/2 Broadway 
Business Club 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Prep Club; Pep 
Club 4 
Gayle Andrews 

3 Shady Lane 

Blue and White Staff 2, 3, 4; Math Club 3. 4; 
College Club 3, 4; French Club 2, 4; Cheerleader 
4; Physics Club 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Senior Play Cast 
Nancie Lynn Appleyard 

4 Bedford Street 

Field Hockey 2, 3, captain 4; Track 3, 4; Secretary 
of Class 2; Student Council 4; Folk Music Club 2, 
secretary 3, vice-president 4; Pep Club 2, 4; College 
Club 3, 4; Italian Club 3, 4; Senior Art Club; Blue 
and White Staff 2, 3, 4; French Club 2 
David Archibald 

18 Albion Street 

Cadet Corps 2, 3, 4; Senior Play Committee 
Anne Asadoorian 

90 No. Lowell Street 
Business Club 4; Pep Club 4; Prep Club; Glee Club 
4; Senior Play Cast 
James G. Audy 

53 Cypress Avenue 
Dianne Baillargeon 

110 Edgewood Ave 
Field Hockey Manager 4; Business Club 4 
John M. Bajor 

25 King Street 
Basketball 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 3; 
Physics Club 4; Ranger Sportsmen Club 4; Senior 
Play Cast; National Honor Society 
Elaine W. Baker 

9 Cherryhill Circle 
Folk Music Club 2; Senior Art Club; Senior Play 
Cast 



Linda L. Bardsley 

9 Noyes Street 
Student Council 3; Senior Art Club 3, secretary 4 
Gernard Baril 

34 Sea Street 
Marjorie A. Batchelder 

95 Greendale Street 
Prep Club 
Linda Bauchman 

27 Larchwood Road 
Folk Music Club 3; Prep Club 
James A. Bean 

88 Weybosset Street 
German Club 2; Italian Club 3 
Joanne Beaudom 

7 Giles Street 
Folk Music Club 3; Senior Art Club; Business Club 
4; Yearbook Staff; Senior Play Committee 
Raymond C. Beaumier 

331 Merrimack Street 
Italian Club 2, 3; Cadet Corps 2, 3, 4 
Cathnne Bedrosian 

5 Conrad Street 

Field Hockey 3, 4; Track 3; Basketball 2, 3, co- 
captain 4; Spanish Club 2; Senior Art Club; Folk 
Music Club 2 
H ether Begg 

4 Sunset Avenue 
Band 2, 3, 4; German Club 3, 4; Folk Music Club 
3,4 
Edward M. Benson 

244 Oakland Avenue 
Marian Benson 

46 Glen Avenue 
Spanish Club 2; Physics Club 4; German Club 3, 
4; Math Club 4; College Club 3, 4; Glee Club 4; 
Softball 3, 4 
Kathleen B. Bergin 

6 Houston Avenue 

Student Council 2, 3; French Club 4; Senior Art 
Club; Blue and White Staff 2, 3; Folk Music Club 
2, 3; Honor Society, secretary; College Club, pub- 
licity chairman; Senior Play Committee; Yearbook 
Staff 
John Bevin 

258 Howe Street 
Cadet Corps 2 
Nancy Bingham 

24 Schley Street 
Cheryl C. Bird 

35 Oak Hill Drive 
Italian Club 3; Senior Art Club 
Sharon Blais 

44 Oakland Avenue 
Catherine J. Blanchette 

50 Benefit Street 
Italian Club 2, 3; Senior Art Club 
Judy Ann Blouin 

40 Calumet Road 
French Club 3, 4; Prep Club; College Club; Glee 
Club; Math Club; Senior Play Committee 



James M. Boardman 

71 Weybosset Street 
German Club 3, 4; Prep Club; Physics Club 4; 
National Honor Society 4; Blue and White Staff 4- 
Math Club 4; College Club 4 
Donald Francis Bohondoney 

4 Hall Street 
Cadet Corps 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 3 
Eugene J. Borrelli 

6 Oak Meadow Lane 
Ronald Borrelli 

6 Oak Meadow Lane 
Cheryl Ann Boumila 

35 Ayers Village Road 
Angela Bova 

27 Booth Road 
Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Business Club 4 
David L. Bowden 

175 Tyler Street 
Cheryl Boylan 

15 Tedesco Road 
Business Club 4 
Louise Brackett 

54 Arnold Street 
Thomas J. Bresnahan 

3 Woodburn Drive 
Physics Club 4; College Club 4 
Robert Brown 

20 Bruce Street 
Basketball 2, 3, 4; Track 3; Ranger Sportsmen 
Club, treasurer 4; Physics Club 4; College Club 4 
Charlotte M. Bruno 
19 Albion Street 
French Club 2; Pep Club 3; Folk Music Club 2, 3, 
4 
Pnscilla Budenas 

982 Riverside Drive 
Prep Club 
Joyce Buglione 

91 East Street 
French Club 2; Italian Club 3, 4; Pep Club 4; Col- 
lege Club 4 
J Martin Bulmer 

1 1 Park Street 
Senior Play Committee 
Mary-Jean Bunce 

81 Hillcrest Avenue 
Folk Music Club, vice-president 2, 3; German 
Club 3, 4; Senior Art Club; Field Hockey 2, 3; Glee 
Club, president 4; Blue and White Staff 3 
Arthur Burke 

1 1 Eustis Street 
Prep Club 
Carol Burns 

15 Ashland Avenue 
French Club 2, 3; College Club 4; Pep Club 4 
John Cahalane 

38 Weybossett Street 
Track 2; Cross Country 4; Italian Club 3; Ranger 
Sportsmen Club 4 
Pricilla Anne Caldon 



619 Lowell Street 
French Club; Folk Music Club 3 
Billy Callahan 

144 Cross Street 
Cross Country 4; Track 3, 4; Ranger Sportsmen 
Club 4; Spanish Club 2 
John V. Carney 

3 Durrell Street 
Italian Club 3; Folk Music Club 2, 3; Ranger 
Sportsmen Club 3, 4; Senior Art Club; Student 
Council 4; Basketball 2, 3, captain 4 
Robert Carrier 

9 Winchester Avenue 

Cadet Corps 2, 3, 4; Football 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; 
Ranger Sportsmen Club 2, 3, 4 
Patricia M. Castrios 

35 Strathmore Road 
Spanish Club 2; Glee Club 4 
Judy Chapdelaine 

2 University Lane 
Paula Chapman 

19 Summer Street 
Math Club 3, 4; College Club; Boosters 2, 4; Prep 
Club; Physics Club; French Club; Folk Music 
Club, treasurer 3, secretary 4; Field Hockey 2, 3; 
Senior Play Committee 
Linda Chateauneuf 

19 Pinewood Road 

French Club 3, 4; Physics Club; College Club; Glee 
Club 4; Math Club 
Carol Ann Chiarenza 

14 Dexter Street 
French Club 3, 4; College Club; Glee Club 4; Math 
Club 
Jo-Elle Ciras 

98a Hampstead Street 
Field Hockey 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3; Softball 2, 3, 4 
Linda Cloritier 

518 Lowell Blvd. 
Pep Club 2 
Frank A. Colizzi 

10 Olive Street 

Italian Club 3; Ranger Sportsmen Club; Prep Club; 
Football 3, 4 
Dana K. Collins 

130 Oakland Avenue 
Cadet Corps 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, Cross Country 3; 
Prep Club; Physics Club; College Club; Ranger 
Sportsmen Club; Senior Play Committee 
Susan L. Congo 

20 Randolph Avenue 
Basketball 3 

Elaine Cote 

443 Oak Street 
Janice Marie Cote 

357 Pelham Street 
German Club; College Club; Blue and White Staff; 
Yearbook Staff; Physics Club; Prep Club; Senior 
Play Cast 
Stella Croteau 

6 Filbert Street 
Prep Club 
Nina Dagher 

3 Louise Avenue 
Senior Play Committee 
Janet Davis 

262 Hampshire Street 



College Club; Orchestra 2 
Jeffrey Davis 

340 Hampshire Street 
German Club 2 
Frank DeAngelis 

40 Swan Street 
Pamela DeBurro 

12 Greendale Street 
Italian Club; Senior Play Committee 
Dandra DeChane 

17 Pearl Street 
Kathleen DeCola 

304 Oak Street 
Barbara DeGaspe 

12 Inglewood Terrace 
Pep Club; Business Club 4; Boosters 
Donna Lee DeGregorio 

28 Linwood Avenue 
Senior Art Club; Field Hockey Manager 3; Basket- 
ball 2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3, captain 4; Italian Club 3, 
4; Prep Club 
June DeGuglielmo 

5 Gage Street 

Field Hockey 2; Basketball 3, 4; Softball 2, 3, 4; 
Majorette 3, 4; Italian Club 3, secretary 4; Senior 
Art Club; College Club 4; Yearbook Representa- 
tive; Senior Play Committee 
Carmen Delli Colli 

10 Ames Street 
Prep Club; Italian Club 
Kathleen DePari 

71 Harvard Avenue 
Business Club 4; Prep Club; Glee Club 4 
Joseph DePetrillo 

8 Church Street 
Yearbook Staff; Physics Club 
Dennis Deschene 

6 Grove Street 
Robert Deschene 

34 Venice Road 
Football 2, 3, 4; Cadet Corps 2, 3, 4; College Club; 
Ranger Sportsmen Club 3, 4 
Robert Desroche 

109 Ashland Avenue 
Cadet Corps 2, 3 
Carol Ann Dessinger 

84 Camden Street 
Field Hockey 2, 3; Glee Club 4; Business Club 4 
William Dixon 

2 Bruce Street 
French Club 3, 4; Ranger Sportsmen Club 4; Sen- 
ior Play Committee; Folk Music Club 3; Intramu- 
ral Basketball 3, 4 
David Dolce 

91 Pitman Street 
Intramural Basketball 3, 4 
Denise Dole 

15 Oak Hill Drive 
Business Club 4 
Laurence Dole 

80 Lowell Street 
Cadet Corps 2, 3, 4; Football manager 2, 3, 4 
Denise Dugay 

202 Tenney Street 
Prep Club 
Sharon Duquette 

7 Field Avenue 



Folk Music Club 2, 3; College Club 4; Senior Art 
Club; Glee Club 4 
Jacqueline Earnshaw 

126 Camden Street 
French Club 2, secretary 3; College Club 2, 3; Folk 
Music Club 3; Senior Play Cast 
Sandra Ebert 

95 Pelham Street 
Folk Music Club 2; Prep Club 
Janet Lee Eichler 

10 School Street 
Field Hockey 2; Basketball manager 2; Cheer- 
leader 3, 4; Blue and White Staff 2, 3, 4, National 
Honor Society; Yearbook Staff; Senior Art Club 3. 
vice-president 4; German Club 3, historian 4; Sen- 
ior Play Committee; Senior Play Cast 
Janice A. Faerber 

17 Strathmore Road 
German Club 3, 4; Math Club 3, 4; College Club 
4; Glee Club 4; Softball 3, 4 
Joyce Fallon 

16 Bates Street 

Cheerleader, captain 4; Student Council 4; Italian 
Club 3, treasurer 4; Senior Art Club 4; Math Club 
4; College Club 4; Blue and White Staff 2, 3; Folk 
Music Club 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2; Field Hockey 3; 
French Club 2; Glee Club 4 
Robert Ferraro 

25 Grove Street 
Richard Feugill 

20 Kimball Road 
Football 2; Cadet Corps 2, 3, 4; College Club; Phy- 
sics Club; Ranger Sportsmen Club; Senior Play 
Committee 
Marie Fichera 

5 Merriline Avenue 
Folk Music Club 2; Business Club 4; Glee Club 4; 
Italian Club 2; Cheerleader 4 
Thomas Flanders 

87 Brown Street 
German Club 2, 3, 4; Ranger Sportsmen Club 3, 
4; Math Club 2, 3; College Club 4; Band 2, 3, 4; 
Senior Play Committee 
Debbie Fleming 

5 Durrell Street 
Basketball 2; Business Club 4 
Russell Florenz 

37 Pleasant Street 
Football 2, 3. co-captain 4 ; Honor Society, presi- 
dent; Track 2, 3, captain 4; German Club 3, treas- 
urer 4; Ranger Sportsmen Club, vice-president 3, 
president 4; Physics Club; Col'ege Club; President 
of Class 3; Yearbook Staff; Senior Play Cast 
Joseph Foley 

41 Pelham Street 
Denise Fontaine 

89 Hillcrest Avenue 
Business Club 4; Sen-or Play Committee 
John Forrest 

24 Almont Street 
Baseball 2; Basketball 3; Track 3; Cross Country 3, 
4; Ranger Sportsmen Club 3, 4 
Audrey Fraser 

17 Canobieola Road 

College Club; Field Hockey 3, 4; Senior Art Club; 
Prep Club 
Dianne Freije 

6 Boornazian Road 



French Club 3, 4; Math Club 3, 4; National Honor 
Society; Physics Club 4; Yearbook Representative; 
College Club, treasurer 4 
Maureen Garrigan 

178 Broadway 
Lillian Gillespie 

47 Phillips Street 
Linda Goldblatt 

10 Duston Drive College Club 4; French Club 
3, president 4; Softball 2; Blue and White Staff 3, 
4; Yearbook Representative; Folk Music Club 2; 
Pep Club 4; Senior Play Cast 
Kathryn Gomes 

52 Ayer Street 
French Club 3 
Michael Gordon 

3 Kimball Road 
Dennis Gormley 

160 Maple Street 
Senior Play Cast 
Michael Grassi 

40 Union Street 
Basketball 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4 
Edward Greahsh 

612 Forest Street 
Elizabeth Greer 

270 Pelham Street 
Frank Grelle 

3 Henry Street 
Cadet Corps 2, 3 
Kathy Gnva 

337 Merrimack Street 
Senior Art Club; Italian Club 3 
Susan Gross 

10 Central Street 
College Club 4; Senior Art Club; French Club 4. 
Prep Club; Folk Music Club 2, 3; Blue and White 
Staff 3 
Michael Gueli Jr. 

34 Oakland Avenue 
Keith Gustartis 

114 Edgewood Avenue 
Cadet Corps 2, 3, 4; Prep Club 
Scott Guthrie 

10 Gay wood Circle 

Cadet Corps 2; Folk Music Club 2; Italian Club 3; 
Pep Club 
Joyce Haddad 

697 Jackson Street 
Majorette 3, 4; Field Hockey 2. 3; Italian Club 3, 
president 4; Senior Art Club; Folk Music Club 2. 
4; Secretary of class 3; Prep Club; Senior Play Com- 
mittee 
Jennifer Haldane 

83 Pelham Street 
Treasurer of class 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 2, 3; Span- 
ish Club 2; French Club 2, 3, 4; Band 4; Boosters 
3, 4; Pep Club 4; Senior Play Committee 
Catherine Hamel 

79 Golf Avenue 
Basketball 2; Glee Club 2; Prep Club 
Michael Hamel 

1 1 Laurel Avenue 
Basketball 2; Baseball 2 
Edward Hapshe 

61 Arlington Street 
Cadet Corps 2, 3, 4; Senior Play Committee 



David Hargreaves 

13 Maguire Street 

Cadet Corps 2, 3, 4; Football 4; Track 3, 4 
Robert Hamisch 

599 Prospect Street 
Football 2, 3; Track 2; Boosters 
Linda Heffernan 

167 Oakland Avenue 
Student Council 3, secretary 4; Band 2, 3, secretary 
4; Honor Society 3, 4; Folk Music Club 3, 4; Math 
Club 3; College Club 3, 4; French Club 4; Blue and 
White Staff 2, 3; Yearbook Staff; Girls State Citi- 
zen; Senior Play Committee 
Maureen Hemmerle 

171 Oak Street 
Business Club 4 
Edward Higgins III 

90 Butternut Lane 
Dennis Marcello 

59 Arnold Street 
Prep Club 
Richard Mariano 

40 Olive Street 
Prep Club; Ranger Sportmen Club 2, 3, 4; Physics 
Club 
James Matseas 

1 1 Falcon Street 
Cadet Corps 2, 3, 4 
Jovce Matthes 

84 Railroad Street 
Lawrence McAnespie 

I 5 Swan Avenue 
Patricia McGravey 

23 Capitol Street 
Folk Music Club 3; Italian Club 3; Junior Boosters 
4 
Judith McGuire 

14 Westland Street 
Prep Club 

Christine McKenzie 

76 Hamplnre Street 
Majorette 3, 4 
Maryanne McPherson 

191 Forest Street 
Junior Historical Society 2; Latin Club 2; Pep Club 
2, 3; Blue and White Staff 2, 3; Folk Music Club 
2. 3, 4. French Club 2. 3, 4; College Club 3, 4; Field 
Hockey 2; Italian Club 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Math 
Club 3, 4; Senior Art Club; Prep Club 
Michael McRobbie 

94 Tower Street 
Joe Medici 

14 Maple Street 
Prep Club 
Anne Melnicki 

7 Huse Street 

Senior Art Club; Prep Club; Senior Play Commit- 
tee 
Maureen Melnicki 

8 Weisner Parkway 

German Club; Glee Club; French Club; Junior 
Boosters Club 
Marilyn Mendes 

36 Somerset Street 
Business Club; Prep Club 
Janice Mendonsa 

297 Lowell Street 



Student Council 2, 3, treasurer 4; Spanish Club 2; 
French Club 3; Senior Art Club; Senior Play Cast 
Carl Mesrobian 

1 30 Edgewood Avenue 
Physics Club; Prep Club; Math Club; Ranger 
Sportmen Club 4; College Club; Band 4; Track 2, 
3, 4; Basketball manager 2, 3; Senior Play Commit- 
tee 
Brian Messer 

3 Spencer Street 
Cadet Corps 2, 3, 4 
Steve Michaud 

15 Green Street 
Football 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4 
Peter Miele 

310 Merrimack Street 
Cadet Corps 2, 3, 4; Blue and White Staff 
Linda Milius 

39 Ashford Street 
Senior Play Committee 
Patricia Mmahan 

398 Forest Street 
Senior Art Club; Prep Club 
Sharon Higton 

12 Short Street 
Majorette 3, 4 
Robert Hillis 

1 1 Windsor Street 
Donald Hird 

219 No. Lowell Street 
Seivor Art Club; Folk Music Club 4; Yearbook 
Representative; Marine Corps Test Team 3, 4; Pep 
Club 4; Senior Play Cast 
Anne Hoehn 

14 Longview Terrace 
Prep Club; College Club 4; French Club; Yearbook 
Representative; Folk Music Club 2, 4; Math Club; 
Field Hockey 2, 3; Physics Club; Senior Play Cast 
Marie Hoepfner 

12 Miller Street 
Senior Art Club 
Richard Hoffman 

48 Jane Road 
Band 2, 3, 4; College Club 4; Ranger Sportsmen 
Club 3, 4; Math Club 2, 3, 4; Basketball manager 
2, 3, 4; Basketball announcer 3, 4; Blue and White 
Staff 4; Prep Club; Senior Play Cast 
Linda Hollins 

609 Lowell Street 
Pep Club 4; Glee Club 4 
Sharon Houle 

1 Clifton Road 
Prep Club 
William Hovanasian 

651 Lowell Street 
Spanish Club 2; Senior Play Committee 
Sharon Howaniec 

53 Thornton Avenue 
Senior Art Club; French Club 4; Pep Club; College 
Club 4; Glee Club treasurer 4 
Linda Howard 

477 Prospect Street 
French Club 4; College Club 4; Prep Club; Physics 
Club 4; Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Folk Music Club 3, 
4 
Robert Huettner 

125 Pleasant Street 



Cadet Corps 2, 3, 
Committee 



Physics Club; Senior Play 



Marie Jacobucci 

5 1 Howe Street 
Italian Club; Glee Club; Prep Club; Business Club 
Phyllis Jacobucci 

51 Howe Street 
Prep Club; Business Club; Italian Club 2 
Kathleen Jennings 

55 Harvard Avenue 
Business Club 4; Prep Club; Senior Play Cast 
Mary Jane Jennings 

55 Harvard Avenue 
Business Club 4; Senior Play Cast 
Fred Joseph 

6 Birchwood Road 
Vice-president of class 4; Blue and White Staff; 
Yearbook Staff; German Club 3, 4; Prep Club; 
Baseball 2; Pep Club 4; Band 2, 3, 4; College Club 
4; Math Club 3, 4; Physics Club 4; Boosters 4 
Katherine Joy 

21 Gage Street 
Cheerleader 3, 4; French Club 2; Italian Club 3, 4; 
College Club 4; Folk Music Club 3, secretary 2; 
Senior Art Club; Senior Play Committee 
Judy Kmiec 

48 French Street 
Prep Club; Senior Art Club 
Richard Kobrenski 

86 Edgewood Avenue 
Football 4; Baseball 2, 3; Cadet Corps 2, 3; Busi- 
ness Club 4; Italian Club 3; Senior Play Cast 
Linda Koczat 

2 Falmouth Street 

Senior Art Club; Business Club 4 
Michael Koczat 

12 Laurel Avenue 
Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2; Folk Music Club 2, 
3, 4; Boosters 2, 3, 4 
Sheila Kolba 

17 Stevens Street 
Prep Club; Spanish Club 2 
Daniel Kolifrath 

10 Conrad Street 
Football 2, 3, 4; Cadet Corps 2, 3; Senior Art Club; 
Senior Play Cast; President of class 4 
JoAnn Kopczynski 

215 Howe Street 
Robert Korsak 

15 Webb Street 
Honor Society; Prep Club; College Club; Physics 
Club; Math Club; Cadet Corps 2, 3, 4; Senior Play 
Committee 
Ilga Kuceris 

3 Hilbert Terrace 

Glee Club 2, 4; Blue and White Staff 2, 3, 4; Rus- 
sian Club 2, 3; German Club 3, 4; College Club 4; 
Prep Club 
John Kuncho 

141 Hampstead Street 
Cross Country 3, 4; Track 3, 4 
Pamela Kus 

3 Inglewood Terrace 
Band 4; Folk Music Club 2; Basketball 2, 3, 4; 
Field Hockey 2, 3, co-captain 4; Softball 2, 3, 4 
Christine LaCharite 

40 Plymouth Street 



Maureen Lacroix 

3 Hillcreast Avenue 
Cathy Lafitte 

12 Chadwick Street 
French Club 2, 3, 4; Blue and White Staff 2, 3, 4; 
College Club 4; Math Club; Physics Club 4; Honor 
Society 4 
James LaFond 

72 Arnold Street 
Paula Lahey 

183 Broadway 
Prep Club 
Chris LaMonica 

7 Quincy Street 
Basketball 3, 4; Italian Club 3; French Club 2; 
Secretary of class 4; Blue and White Staff 3, 4; 
Yearbook Staff; Senior Play Committee 
James Landry 

97 Edgewood Avenue 
Linda Lauretta 

38 Ponderosa Avenue 
Senior Art Club; Business Club 4; Senior Play Cast 
Regina Lavallee 

92 Swan Street 
Prep Club; College Club 4; Senior Art Club; Senior 
Play Cast 
Dennis Leocata 

1 1 Hampshire Circle 
Football 4; Ranger Sportsmen Club 3, 4; Prep 
Club; Cadet Corps 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club; Senior Play 
Cast 
William Lerned 

193 Haverhill Street 
Band 2, 3, 4 
Linda Leslie 

20 Oak Hill Drive 
Honor Society 4; Glee Club 4; Math Club 3, 4; 
Blue and White Staff 2, 3, 4; German Club 3, 4; 
College Club 4 
Janice Lesperance 

84 Clayton Avenue 
Claire Levasseur 

32 Bruce Street 
College Club secretary 4; Math Club 2, 3, 4; 
Physics Club 4; Blue and White Staff 4; Honor 
Society 3, 4; Yearbook Representative 
Gregory L'Heureux 

23 Tyler Street 
Football 3, 4; Basketball 2; Cross Country 2; Cadet 
Corps 2, 3, 4; Italian Club 3, 4; Prep Club 4; Senior 
Play Cast 
Linda Limanni 

5 Greendale Street 
Business Club 4; Senior Art Club; Prep Club 
Susan Lipton 

14 Caswell Avenue 
Folk Music Club 2; French Club 3, 4; Senior Art 
Club; Senior Play Committee; College Club corre- 
sponding secretary 4; Majorette 3, 4 
Carol Litwin 

115 Vermont Street 
Business Club; Prep Club 
John Lockaby 

32 Hawthorne Avenue 
Cadet Corps 2, 3, 4; Math Club 2, 3, 4; Physics 
Club; Blue and White Staff 4; College Club; Prep 
Club; Honor Society; Senior Play Committee; Sen- 
ior Play Cast 



Lorraine Longo 

9 Freeport Avenue 

Majorette 3, 4; Italian Club 3; French Club 2; 
Senior Art Club; Blue and White Staff; Business 
Club vice-president 4; Senior Play Committee 
Janice LoPizzo 

8 Queen Avenue 

Spanish Club 2; Italian Club 2, 3; Business Club 
John Lough 

10 Tremont Street 
Daniel Majkut 

46 Pond Street 
Football 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Physics Club 4; Spanish 
Club 2 
Robert Maksian 

3 Combination Street 
College Club 4; German Club 3, 4; Physics Club 
4; Spanish Club 2 
Donna Lee Malcolm 

9 Lupine Road 

Prep Club; Business Club 4 
Theresa Mally 

1 1 Pearl Street 
Business Club 4 
Patricia Moran 

28 Ayers Village Road 
French Club 2; Glee Club 2; College Club 3, 4; 
National Honor Society 3, 4; Blue and White Staff 
4; Senior Play Committee 
Sheryl Morgan 

1 1 Woodburn Drive 
Basketball 2, 3; Business Club secretary 4; Senior 
Art Club; Blue and White Staff 4; Prep Club 4; 
Senior Play Committee 
Diane Morin 

294 Oak Street 
Business Club 
Bill Morrissey 

5 Glen Avenue 
Football 2, 3 
Karen Moses 

44 Larchwood Road 
Prep Club; Business Club 4; Senior Play Commit- 
tee 
Maryann Murach 

68 Boston Street 
French Club 2; German Club 3, 4; Blue and White 
Staff 2, assistant editor 3, editor-in-chief 4; Na- 
tional Honor Society 3, 4; College Club 3, 4; Prep 
Club 4; Physics Club 4; Senior Play Cast 
James Murry 

22 Kenwood Road 
Prep Club 
John Nastasia 

123 Oakside Avenue 
Prep Club; Cadet Corps 2, 3, 4; Senior Play Cast 
Clifford Nelson 

5 Charles Street 
Football 2; Prep Club; Spanish Club 2 
Ronald Nicholson 

2 Hemenay Street 
Ranger Sportsmen Club 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; 
Track 3, 4 
Philip Nicolosi 

10 Grace Street 
College Club; Math Club 
Patrick O'Brien 



90 Davis Road 
Physics Chib 4 
Kevin O'Connell 

92 Newport Street 
Ranger Sportsmen Club 3, 4; Pep Club; Baseball 
4 
William O'Dowd 

2 Pleasant Circle 
Football 

Patrick O'Sullivan Jr. 

19 School Street 
Basketball 2; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2, 3 
Tom O'Sullivan 

85 Cross Street 
Michael Ouellette 

24 Weybosset Street 
Senior Art Club, president; Business Club, presi- 
dent; Pep Club; Prep Club; Cadet Corps 2, 3, 4 
Patricia Paolino 

235 Merrimack Street 
Business Club 
Doreen Paplaskas 

402 Pelham Street 
Prep Club; Senior Play Committee 
Kerry-Rose Pappalardo 

34 Noyes Street 
Senior Play Committee 
Rosemary Parisi 

6 Pond Street 
Barbara Parolisi 

3 Max Avenue 

Student Council 2; Field Hockey 2, 3; Folk Music 
Club 2; Yearbook Representative; French Club 3 
Anne Marie Pelletier 

29 Philips Street 
Basketball 

Joanne Pelletier 

10 Beverly Street 
Student Council, publisher chairman 2, corre- 
sponding secretary 3, president 4; Folk Music Club 
2; Senior Art Club; Business Club 4; Glee Club 4; 
Pep Club 4; Senior Play Committee 
Dick Pelletier 

10 Beverly Street 
Football 2; Cadet Corps 2; Folk Music Club, presi- 
dent 2; Prep Club; Pep Club 4 
Charles Piazza 

16 Merrilane Avenue 
Guy Piccirillo 

15 Ruskin Avenue 
Jane Pitman 

6 Arnold Street 
Senior Art Club; College Club 
Patric Potter 

17 Odile Street 
Senior Play Committee 
Linda Poulin 

79 Lowell Street 
Senior Play Committee 
Robert Raymond 

78 Lorenza Circle 
David Remick 

I Field Avenue 
Band 2, 3, 4; Cadet Corps 3, 4; Track 2, 4; Chess 
Club 2; Ranger Sportsmen Club 4 
Linda Renner 

30 Houston Avenue 



French Club 2; Folk Music Club 2; German Club 
3, 4; Blue and White Staff 2, 3, business manager 
4; College Club 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 4; Prep Club, 
secretary; Senior Play Cast; Math Club 4 
John Richer 

203 Philips Street 
Nancy Riley 

57 Atkinson Street 
Prep Club 
Pat Robillard 

35 Perley Street 
Senior Play Committee 
Paul Rock 

II Huse Road 
German Club 
Michael Rogelis 

14 Cross Avenue 
Cadet Corps 2, 3, 4; Cadet Drum & Bugle Corps 

Cherly Rossi 

14 Taft Avenue 
Italian Club 3, 4; College Club 4; Glee Club 4; Pep 
Club 4 
Michael Roy 

21 Tudor Street 
Baseball 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2 
William Rousseau 

I I I No. Lowell Street 

College Club; Physics Club; Ranger Sportsmen 
Club 4; Senior Play Committee 
Martin Rubeo 

191 Broadway 
Cadet Corps 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2; Football 2; German 
Club 3, 4; History Club 4; Ranger Sportmen Club 
4; Chess Club 2; Latin Club 4; Prep Club; College 
Club 4; Coin Club 2; Senior Play Cast 
Sandra Rudnicki 

73 Camden Street 
Nan Ruffen 

79 Butternut Lane 
Majorette 3, captain 4; Senior Art Club; Junior 
Boosters 3, 4 
Sally Runions 

71 Howe Street 
Paul St. Onge 

491-1/4 Lowell Street 
Deborah Samia 

22 Moison Avenue 

Folk Music Club 2; French Club 2; Senior Art 
Club, treasurer; Senior Play Committee; College 
Club 4; Italian Club 4; Pep Club 4; Basketball 2, 
3, 4; Yearbook Representative; Junior Boosters 
Carol Sammataro 

8 Lupine Avenue 
Lewis Sanderson 

70 Oakland Avenue 
Carol Santagati 

4 Erhardt Terrace 
Spanish Club 2 
Linda Savinelli 

5 Greendale Street 

Prep Club; Business Club 4; Senior Art Club 
Mark Schellmg 

45 Woodland Street 
Roger Schelling 

45 Woodland Street 



Sherrie-Dee Schubert 

24 Arthur Street 
French Club 2, 3; Yearbook Representative 
David Scione 

17 Merrill Street 
Cheryle Shea 

19 Arnold Street 
Junior Boosters 4; Italian Club 4; Senior Art Club; 
Pep Club 4 
Glenn Shinner 

4 Central Street 

Cadet Corps 2, 3, 4; Math Club 2, 3, 4; National 
Honor Society, vice-president; Blue and White 
Staff 2, 3, 4; College Club, president 4; Yearbook 
Staff; Track 2; President of class 2 
Sheila Siatkowski 

21 Annis Street 
Math Club 2, 3, 4; Blue and White Staff 2; Honor 
Society 4; College Club 4; Physics Club 4; German 
Club 3, 4 
Richard Sicard 

21 Auburn Street 
Physics Club; Folk Music Club 3; Track 3 
Michael Sioufi 

123 East Street 
James Skea 

59 Somerset Street 
College Club; Cadet Corps 2, 3; Italian Club 3 
Jennifer Smith 

95 Brown Street 
Honor Society 3, historian 4; Yearbook Staff 4; 
German Club 3, president 4; Blue and White Staff 
2, 3; French Club 2, 3; Math Club 3, 4; Basketball 
2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3, 4; D.A.R. Good Citizenship 
Award 3 
Jeffrey Snow 

3 Coronet Avenue 
Track 2; Physics Club; Senior Play Committee 
Barbara Somma 

10 Marshall Street 
French Club 2; Senior Art Club; Glee Club vice- 
president 4; Senior Play Committee 
Steven Stapleton 

5 Camden Street 
Linda Stepanian 

26 Barker Street 
German Club 3, 4; French Club 2; Folk Music 
Club 3 
John Swan 

159 Howe Street 
Patricia Sykes 

165 Broadway 
Pep Club 
Pricilla Sykes 

165 Broadway 
Pep Club; Junior Boosters 
Norman Tardugno 

231 Forest Street 
Track 3; Italian Club 3; Baseball 4 
Dianne Tevanian 

100 No. Lowell Street 
Italian Club 2, 3; Senior Art Club; Yearbook Rep- 
resentative; Senior Play Cast 
Thomas Tine 

5 Newport Street 
Linda Tomaski 

84 Hampstead Street 




I'm really a hit with my new pocket book! 



Folk Music Club 3; Italian Club 3, 4; Field Hockey 
Manager 3, 4 
George Tombarello 

1 2 Agnes Terrace 
Senior Art Club 
Herbert Towler 

25 Camden Street 
Roger Tremblay 

26 Clayton Avenue 

Football 3; Track 2, 3; Cross Country 4; Ranger 
Sportsmen Club 4 
Irving True 

133 North Street 
Linda Vancoppenalle 

69 Ayer Street 
Senior Art Club; French Club 3. 4; Cheerleader 4 
Eileen Vigneault 

4 Woodside Avenue 
Janet Wade 

80 Coolidge Street, Lawrence 
French Club 3; Senior Art Club; Folk Music Club 
3; Prep Club 
John Wade 

61 Elm Street 
Basketball 2; Senior Art Club 
Saundra Waithe 

166 Merrimack Street 
Field Hockey 2; Basketball 3, 4; Pep Club 4; Senior 
Play Committee 
Susan Waitkewich 

10 Howe Terrace 
Blue and White Staff; Senior Play Committee 
Karen Walton 

28 Clayton Avenue 
Michael Wareing 

83 Center Street 
Physics Club; Math Club 
Patricia Waring 

1 5 Oak Meadow Lane 
Basketball 2, 3; Field Hockey 3. 4 
John Welch 

9 Davis Road 
Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2. 3, 4; Baseball 
2, 3, co-captain 4; Junior Boosters; Yearbook Rep- 
resentative; Ranger Sportsmen Club 3 
Kenneth Wetmore 

34 Westland Street 
Football 2, 3, 4; Cadet Corps 2, 3, 4; Baseball 4; 
Ranger Sportsmen Club 3, 4; Senior Art Club; Sen- 
ior Play Committee 
Sandra Wilson 

1 1 Tudor Street 
Band 2, 3; Business Club 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Pep 
Club; Senior Play Committee 
Alfred Woodhead 

36 Forest Street 
Italian Club 2 
Catherine Wright 

15 Beverly Street 
Business Club 4; Pep Club; Senior Play Committee 
Richard Wunderlich 

52 Hillcrest Avenue 
Band 2, 3, 4 
Arthur Wyman 

41 Riverdale Street 
Cheryl Zakia 

47 Campus Road 
College Club; Prep Club 
Joyce Zanfagna 

57 Milk Avenue 
Susan Zurwell 

2 Linwood Avenue 
Field Hockey 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, co-captain 4; 
Softball 2. 3, 4; Band 2, 3; Orchestra 2; Folk Music 
Club 2; Italian Club 3, 4 




1 


IEca^ 1 


w 1 


^ l) W J I 

1 




i I^^bS ^^^Sb - - B 


J L r if 

1 1 


%i I II 



h 



: 



, 






1 



vv: 









v V •' 

S i -